Lose touch



Fail to keep in contact or communication, as in The two sisters lost touch years ago, or Please don’t lose touch with me after you move away. [ Late 1800s ]
For an antonym, see in touch

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  • Lose time

    1. Operate too slowly. For example, My watch loses time, or This clock loses five minutes a day. This usage is always applied to a timepiece. [ Mid-1800s ] 2. Waste time, delay, as in We wanted to paint the entire porch today, but we lost time trying to find a color that matched the […]

  • Lose the thread

    Cease to follow the sense of what is said. For example, It was such a long story that I soon lost the thread. This expression uses thread in the sense of “something that connects the various points of a narrative.” [ Mid-1900s ]



  • Lose sleep over something

    verb phrase To worry overmuch about something; be very anxious about something •Often in the negative: Murray doesn’t seem to have lost a lot of sleep over working without a strong black literary tradition to rely on/ Do you lose sleep over your investments? (1942+)

  • Lose sleep over

    Worry about, as in It’s too bad the experiment failed, but I’m not going to lose sleep over it. This expression, often put negatively, alludes to actual insomnia caused by anxiety. [ First half of 1900s ]



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