English version

in/with reference to something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin/with reference to somethingin/with reference to somethingformalCONNECTED WITH used to say what you are writing or talking about, especially in business letters I am writing to you in reference to the job opening in your department. reference
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in/with reference to somethingWith reference to our agents, we have complete confidence in their honesty.This leads to a final question that we ought to ask in reference to the three-part teaching force I have proposed.It requires learners to provide a word to fill a blank in reference to a picture.I had to rediscover and assert my Jamaicanness but qualify it with references to my London upbringing.It is precisely in reference to such functions that the issue of royal control arises.The search engine just took your three words and assumed you were looking for sites with references to any of them.Joyce's tale, shot through with references to singers and composers, also features traditional songs.From now on the capital G would always be used in reference to them.But not all implications are valid in reference to pedagogy.
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