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- LouisLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
1. in/with relation to = concerning something.
You can talk abotu somethig in relation to something else when you want to compare the size, condition, nor position or the two things.
You are given a map so that you can see where your villa is in relation to the swimming pool.
I have nothing further to say in relation to this matter.
If something is done or said in relation to a subject, it is done or said in connection with that subject.
He is the sixth person to be arrested in relation to the coup plot.
2. in/with regard to = concerning a particular subject
You can use "with regard to" or "in regard to" to indicate the subject that is being talked or written about.
With regard to the discussion about immigration, I'd like to hear Ms. Masolo's opinion.
With regard to this there is no disagreement among the member nations.
The department is reviewing its policy with reagrd to immunisation.
3. in/with reference to: used in a letter to introduce the subject that you are going to write about
I am writing with reference to your article on salaries for scientists.Source(s): Collins Cobuild English Dictionary for Advanced Learners
- 阿昌Lv 79 years ago
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