Can "with regard to" and "in regard to" be used interchangeably?



Can you please tell me if I can use "in regard to" and "with regard to" to mean the same thing in this sentence?

Her instincts with regard to tricky situations are usually correct.


Posted 2017-07-19T17:26:23.240

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– ColleenV – 2017-07-19T19:30:26.423



I think that in everyday English both can have the same meaning.

Collins dictionary says the following:

You can use with regard or in regard to indicate that the subject is being talked about.


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