out of touch
Adjective

out of touch

  1. (idiomatic) No longer maintaining contact or communications.
    I had been out of touch with my old friend for a long time when she called.
  2. (idiomatic) No longer conversant with something, especially facts, reality, world; not aware or realistic.
    Did his answer strike you as out of touch with reality?
Antonyms Translations
  • Italian: fuori dal mondo, fuori dalla realtà



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