Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

(in/with) regard to

in regard towith regard to
1) a phrase used to put focus on a particular subject
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    • with regard to the project/assignment/task
  • Analysis
    If you say something is 'with regard to' or 'in regard to' something else it means it concerns that particular topic. This expression is similar in meaning to 'in relation to', 'concerning' or 'in reference to'. This is a prepositional phrase that refers to an object and is formal in nature.
  • Professional Examples (Basic)
    1. With regard to the project, everyone had different ideas on how to proceed.
    2. No one wanted to speak to the manager in regard to the assignment because they still weren't finished.
  • Social Examples (Basic)
    1. I am writing in regard to our recent stay at your hotel.
    2. In regard to your invitation, I am sorry I have to decline.
    3. In regard to my work, I am very diligent and detail-orientated.
    4. John called in regard to dinner on Sunday. Are we free?
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