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    provide to vs. provide for

    Can 'provide to' and 'provide for' be used interchangeably? If not, could someone please explain to me which should be used when?

    Many thanks in advance

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    Re: provide to vs. provide for

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Can 'provide to' and 'provide for' be used interchangeably? If not, could someone please explain to me which should be used when?

    Many thanks in advance
    I can't think of any context where "provide to" could be used.

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