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    LINKED TO or LINKED WITH

    After the verb LINK do I use the word WITH or the word TO? IS it LINKED TO or LINKED WITH?

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    Exclamation Re: LINKED TO or LINKED WITH

    Quote Originally Posted by empassante View Post
    After the verb LINK do I use the word WITH or the word TO? IS it LINKED TO or LINKED WITH?
    Use only ‘to’ after the verb ‘link’ as:
    The new bridge will link the island to the mainland.
    But if the verb is ‘link up’ then use ‘with’
    The company will soon link up with a hotel chain.

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