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    Use of related

    Which one is correct, related to or related with? Thanks for your help

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    Re: Use of related

    Quote Originally Posted by claujuano View Post
    Which one is correct, related to or related with? Thanks for your help
    Welcome to the forums.
    "Related to" is correct. I can't think of any use for "related with".

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