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contact
noun
noun: contact
/ˈkɒntakt/
1.
the state of physical touching.
"equipment in contact with water can benefit from rubber lining"
synonyms: touch, touching...
caused by or operating through physical touch.
modifier noun: contact
"contact dermatitis"
contact lenses.
plural noun: contacts
"she didn't have her contacts in"
2.
the action of communicating or meeting.
"she had little contact with family members"
"she was still in contact with her friends"
a meeting, communication, or relationship with someone.
plural noun: contacts
"they have forged contacts with key people in business"
a person who may be approached for information or assistance, especially with regard to one's job.
"Francesca had good contacts"
synonyms: connection, acquaintance, associate, liaison, friend
"he had many contacts in Germany"
a person who has associated with a patient with a contagious disease (and so may carry the infection).
"all efforts are made to persuade possible contacts of patients with either disease to attend for investigation"
3.
a connection for the passage of an electric current from one thing to another, or a part or device by which such a connection is made.
"the sliding contact of the potentiometer"
verb
verb: contact; 3rd person present: contacts; past tense: contacted; past participle: contacted; gerund or present participle: contacting
/ˈkɒntakt,kənˈtakt/
1.
communicate with (someone), typically in order to give or receive information.
"anyone with any information should contact Darlington police"
synonyms:get in touch with, communicate with, make contact with, approachreachnotify, be in communication with; More
2.
touch.
"I winced as my blister contacted the floor"
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