contacts[ kon-takt ]SEE DEFINITION OF contacts
Synonyms for contacts
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTACTS
Whatever is the whole number of things, the contacts will be always one less.
And if to the two a third be added in due order, the number of terms will be three, and the contacts two?
If a "cutout" is on the board, keep its contacts smooth and clean.
They had to be nurtured and upheld, no matter how the contacts of life hit his own skin.
Stay hidden at least three days before you try to make any contacts.
Within in it the goggled figure of Molo was moving, adjusting the contacts.
Do the contacts of city life make for the development of individuality?
In either case, contacts are collisions of interests in the individuals.
All his hopes in this connection were dissolved by the contacts he had made in London and in Paris.
He is a good man, wholesome in all his contacts, despite the apparent intolerance of his private remarks to the interviewer.