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    "link with" or "link to"

    If something is connected; is it "linked to" or "linked with" or does it matter?

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    Re: "link with" or "link to"

    Quote Originally Posted by ankawik View Post
    If something is connected; is it "linked to" or "linked with" or does it matter?
    "My links with Poland are still strong" but
    "The use of....has been linked to the depletion of the ozone layer"
    In general, both forms are commonly used. But according to Macmillan English Dictionary if you want to say that one of the things causes the other use "link to" as in my example with ozone layer.

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