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to keep in touch {verb}zůstat ve spojení [dok.]
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Translation for 'keep in touch' from English to Czech

to keep in touch {verb}
zůstat ve spojení [dok.]
Usage Examples English
  • Its run ended with issue 50 in 2000, as it was considered that the internet served the same purpose (a regular way for the fans to keep in touch) much more efficiently.
  • The newspaper continues in print to this day and publishes a beginner's guide to the Irish language, helping Irish Argentines keep in touch with their cultural heritage.
  • Because of the slow-moving mail system, former president Jefferson and Lewis's superiors in Washington got the impression that Lewis did not adequately keep in touch with them.
  • In the Hungarian Jewish Congress held at Budapest in 1869 he defined this party as representing a "faithful adherence to traditional teachings combined with an effective effort to keep in touch with the spirit of progress".
  • After the war he would keep in touch with his war comrades for the rest of his life.
  • Her inextinguishable fire is a means for men (as individuals and as a community) to keep in touch with the realm of gods.
  • In addition to communicating over BBSs phone phreaks discover voice mail boxes and party lines as ways to network and keep in touch over the telephone.
  • It appeared Trillian Pro would be marketed to corporate clients looking to keep in touch with suppliers or customers via a secured, interoperable IM network, and a relatively stern user interface.
  • The series was to follow fictional winners of the show, who would have used their prize money to take trips to various exotic locations, while the fictional host would keep in touch with them through the Millionaire Command Center.
  • West said, "We must keep in touch with the humanity of both sides."
  • There is an independently operated alumni society, run by former employees, to cater for nostalgic needs of LogiBods and help them keep in touch.
  • Gallant has stated that she was focused on campaigning locally in order to keep in touch with the concerns of local constituents.
  • Animals that live in such big social groups develop ways to keep in touch, with each dolphin identifying itself by a unique name-whistle.
  • According to the TNS Digital Life Study of 2012, about 81% of urban Filipinos use the internet to keep in touch with their relatives abroad.
  • The Maynooth Alumni Association is for graduates of Maynooth University and St Patricks College, Maynooth, who wish to keep in touch with their College and also provides the means to stay in touch with friends and classmates.
  • The movement of his children to different foster homes over short periods of time made it difficult for him to keep in touch with them, although his daughter Beryl remained in one foster home and he visited her every month.
  • He said they grew apart when he left Chicago for Orlando, but that they are still friends and keep in touch.
  • The club is also supported overseas and is able to keep in touch with supporters overseas via the club website and online store.
  • They are located worldwide, and many people use them when traveling to access webmail and instant messaging services to keep in touch with family and friends.
  • When it was first published, the magazine was unitary and was divided into four sections, namely 'First touch', 'Entertainment touch', 'Fashion & City touch' and 'Keep in touch'.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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