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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How to use touch base in a sentence
We wanted to touch base on everything—the jokes, the girls, pranking on each other.Michael B. Jordan Talks About ‘Chronicle,’ ‘Red Tails,’ and ‘The Wire’ | Maria Elena Fernandez | February 1, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Schwartz adds that hikers should “touch base with the rangers in that area before hiking to ask about the animals.”
We have great fun hiding the switch, and the one who finds it chases the rest till we touch base, which is a big tree.Harper's Young People, July 19, 1881 | Various