Grammar Patterns

out of N

The 'touch' group

These nouns are used to indicate a lack of contact or compatibility.
He said the proposal was out of step with Australia's immigration policy.
They are completely out of touch. They wouldn't know what ordinary people were saying.
  • out of contact (with ...)
  • out of line (with ...)
  • out of step (with ...)
  • out of touch (with ...)
  • out of tune (with ...)
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