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touch base

[ tuhch-beys ]
/ ˈtʌtʃ ˈbeɪs /
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verb phrase
to communicate, make contact, or reconnect, especially quickly or briefly: They touched base with every political group on campus during the campaign season.It’s important to reach out to the client at least twice a year, just to touch base and update the account.
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Origin of touch base

First recorded in 1875–80 as a baseball term, and in 1915–20 for current sense
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