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  1. manzoor
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    in respect to

    how to use this phrase or sentence "in respect to"

    Am I using this the correct way ?

    My computer is worse in respect to my friends'

    help and please tell me how to use it thanks

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    Re: in respect to

    Say:
    My computer is worse than my friends' computers.

    Or:
    My computer is not as good as my friends' computers.
    (Nothing comes to mind right away with respect to "in respect to".)

    ~R

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