Definition of “lose touch (with something/someone)” - English Dictionary

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“lose touch (with something/someone)” in American English

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lose touch (with something/someone)

to no longer have recent knowledge of something or someone, so that you do not understand that thing or person well:

Politicians can easily lose touch with the real people if they spend too much time in Washington D.C.
He never lost touch with Mexican culture.

(Definition of “lose touch (with something/someone)” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)