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    informal phrase

    hi
    just wanted to know if the word " doublecheck" is a formal american word and also wanted to know which one is correct among the two ie " with regards to " and " with regard to "
    thank you
    Last edited by carolin143; 10-Jul-2006 at 13:33. Reason: urgent


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    Re: informal phrase

    just wanted to know if the word " doublecheck" is a formal american word and also wanted to know which one is correct among the two ie " with regards to " and " with regard to "

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    Re: informal phrase

    You can use it formally if you want, though most would write it as two words or with a hyphen. I'd use 'regard'.

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