Stay In Touch | English Idioms

To stay in touch is to maintain communications with someone. Other idioms having the same meaning are: keep in touch and remain in touch.

  • Although my neighbour moved to a new city, we stayed in touch.
  • You should write oftener than you do. We have got to stay in touch.
  • I will give you my phone number so that you can stay in touch with me.
  • Will you keep / stay in touch with me after moving to France?
  • I don’t know his phone number or address, so I can’t stay in touch with him.
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