with regard to (someone or something)

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with regard to (someone or something)

In reference to someone or something; considering someone or something. With regard to that proposal, I think we should postpone it for now.
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with regard to someone or something

 and in regard to someone or something
concerning someone or something. What shall we do in regard to planning dinner? With regard to Bill, I think he is working too hard.
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in/with reˈgard to somebody/something

(formal) concerning somebody/something: a country’s laws in regard to human rightsThe company’s position with regard to overtime is made clear in the contracts.
References in classic literature ?
The charge which we have accepted we shall carry out with regard to one thing only, and that is our idea of what is due to the public safety.
The companies jointly stipulated to: Synopsys withdrawing infringement claims against Magma with regard to two of the three Synopsys patents at issue; Magma withdrawing infringement claims against Synopsys with regard to one Magma patent at issue; and Magma withdrawing claims of antitrust violation by Synopsys.
The jury also found the infringement to be willful with regard to one patent which raises the possibility of an award of treble damages.