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make contact

[′māk ‚kän‚takt]
(electricity)
Contact of a device which closes a circuit upon the operation of the device (normally open).
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Members of the club say it is not uncommon to make contact with stations as far away as Germany or Costa Rica, depending on the strength of the signal being transmitted.
0 microinch and periodically make contact with the disc's textured surface.
The mental health worker had been contacted by a case worker for Tuffree's insurance company who could not make contact with Tuffree over the telephone.
The fact that the office hierarchy is temporarily ignored on the links also makes it a good place to make contacts.