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    Verb Related

    Hi,

    My doubt is quite simple, I guess . Do we say 'related to people's appearance' or 'related with people's appearance. The Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary only mentions 'related to'. Is it correct or there are exceptions?

    Thank you

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    Re: Verb Related

    Quote Originally Posted by SofiaSanti View Post
    Hi,

    My doubt is quite simple, I guess . Do we say 'related to people's appearance' or 'related with people's appearance. The Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary only mentions 'related to'. Is it correct or there are exceptions?

    Thank you
    It's always "related to".

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