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reach out to sb

phrasal verb with reach uk   us   /riːtʃ/ verb
to ​try to ​communicate with a ​person or a ​group of ​people, usually in ​order to ​help or ​involve them: The new ​mayor is ​reaching out to the ​localcommunity to ​involve them in his ​plans for the ​city. to ​offerhelp and ​support to someone: She set up her ​charity to ​reach out to the thousands of ​homeless on the ​streets.
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