Idiom — lose your touch your ability or talent you once had.
To “lose your touch” means to lose
•When we were kids, mom used to make the best food, but as she got older, she started to lose her touch. Her cooking doesn’t taste as good as before.
•Dad was a tennis star in high school. He lost his touch because he hasn’t played for a long time.
•It doesn’t matter what it is, whether it be painting, playing an instrument, or sports— if you don’t do something for a long time, you may lose your touch.
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