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    Something is is used "in / with" the same meaning as ...

    1. Something is is used in the same meaning as ...
    2. Something is is used with the same meaning as ...
    Are these grammatically correct?
    If either way is fine, which do you prefer?

    Ultrastructure of microalgae - Google ブック検索
    However, very often this word is used in the same meaning as the basal apparatus.

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    Instead, the term "Formula Weight" is used with the same meaning as molecular weight.

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    Re: Something is is used "in / with" the same meaning as ...

    I'd use 'with'. I don't know if this is a regional variation, but in sounds strange to me.

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