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There has been no direct contact between the two sides in the dispute.
Jury members must avoid contact with the defendants and their families.
He is no longer allowed to have any contact with his children.
The school and other care organizations have been in close contact.
Do you and Jo still keep in contact?
In Paris she came into contact with other young writers.
I asked her if she could put me in contact with a good piano teacher.
I've been calling him for weeks but I still haven't made contact.
I have lost contact with most of my university friends.
Our work brings us into contact every day.
The disease is spread through sexual contact.
The chemicals become activated on contact with soil.
Make sure the wires do not come into contact with water.
This is the British English definition of contact. View American English definition of contact.
a frightening or unfriendly low noise