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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishregardingre‧gard‧ing /rɪˈɡɑːdɪŋ $ -ɑːr-/ ●●○ preposition formal  BTCMa word used especially in letters or speeches to introduce the subject you are writing or talking about syn concerning, with regard to Regarding your recent inquiry, I have enclosed a copy of our new brochure.see thesaurus at aboutGRAMMAR: ComparisonregardingYou use regarding followed directly by a noun: I am writing regarding your English course for foreign students. Don’t say: I am writing regarding to your English course.concerningYou use concerning followed directly by a noun: They called concerning our subscription. Don’t say: They called concerning to our subscription.with regard toYou use with regard to followed by a noun: With regard to your invoice, it will be paid as soon as possible.
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regardingRegarding your recent inquiry, I've enclosed a copy of our new brochure.
From Longman Business Dictionaryregardingre‧gard‧ing /rɪˈgɑːdɪŋ-ɑːr-/ (also with regard to), as regards preposition formal concerning or relating toinformation regarding the company’s financial positionU.S. regulatory policy with regard to foreign banks operating in the United States
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