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    The use of "in relation to"

    Hello. Can anyone please help me with the use of "in relation" and tell me how it differs from "with regard to" or "related to"?

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    Re: The use of "in relation to"

    Quote Originally Posted by batmura View Post
    Hello. Can anyone please help me with the use of "in relation" and tell me how it differs from "with regard to" or "related to"?

    Thanks!
    Not much difference "in relation to" your post.
    Not much difference "with regard to" your post.
    Not much difference "related to" your post.
    Not much difference "relative to" your post.
    Not much difference "regarding" your post.
    Not much difference "relating to" your post.

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    Re: The use of "in relation to"

    Thank you. Does this mean they can all be used interchangeably?

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    Re: The use of "in relation to"

    Quote Originally Posted by batmura View Post
    Thank you. Does this mean they can all be used interchangeably?
    With regard to your example, yes.

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