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  1. Query1
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    #1

    correct usage

    Hi,

    Please let me know which of the following is correct:
    associated to the selected entity
    or
    associated with the selected entity

    And it will be great if you could provide a website that can provide answers to such queries.

    Thanks
    SK

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    Re: correct usage

    both are used: to OR with; but WITH is preferred to TO.

    if you write: associated to vs associated with - in the search box, you will get good result I hope....

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    Re: correct usage

    I would have said right out that "associated to" is incorrect, but then I got over 10 million google hits for it. However, I did see this discussion on another forum about it: http://www.englishforums.com/English...dgjdq/post.htm

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