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    vis a vis

    I would agree to Ram on the tactics and strategy used for the lenders.

    I would agree to Ram on the tactics and strategy vis-a-vis the lenders.


    Do both the sentences convey the same meaning? I am trying to figure out the use of vs-a-vis.

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    Re: vis a vis

    I'm trying to figure out the meaning of 'to Ram on the tactics'.

    Vis-a-vis is in all the dictionaries. (Click on the underlined link.)
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 27-Mar-2015 at 13:01.

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    Re: vis a vis

    If "Ram" is a person, I would use "agree with Ram".

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