Definition of 'out of touch'
Example sentences containing 'out of touch'
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Living in the city so long had put him out of touch with the soil. A PLAGUE OF ANGELS (2003)I really must be out of touch with current standards of beauty, she thought. MISS MELVILLE REGRETS (2003)No one can say we're out of touch down here in Wales; we seem to know more about what's going on than you city folk. THE PRESIDENT'S CHILD (2003)
Translations for 'out of touch'
British English: out of touch ADJECTIVE
Someone who is out of touch with a situation is not aware of recent changes in it.
Some politicians are out of touch with ordinary people.
- American English: out of touch
- Brazilian Portuguese: por fora
- Chinese: 不了解的
- European Spanish: alejado de la realidad
- French: coupé
- German: nicht auf dem Laufenden
- Italian: non in sintonia
- Japanese: 事情にうとくなって
- Korean: > 모르는사정을
- European Portuguese: estar por fora de qualquer coisa
- Spanish: alejado de la realidad
Definition of out of touch from the Collins English Dictionary
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