Quick answer
"With regard to" is a phrase which is often translated as "con respecto a", and "regarding" is a preposition which is also often translated as "con respecto a". Learn more about the difference between "with regard to" and "regarding" below.
with regard to
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (general)
a. con respecto a
I am writing you with regard to your relationship with my brother.Le escribo con respecto a su relación con mi hermano.
b. en relación con
However, with regard to my marital status, I plan on being married in May.Sin embargo, en relación con mi estado civil, planeo casarme en mayo.
c. en relación a
I don't know what to do with regard to my grades in this class.No sé qué hacer en relación a mis calificaciones en esta clase.
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A preposition is a word that indicates the relationship between a noun and another word (e.g. He ran through the door.).
1. (concerning)
a. con respecto a
They'll make a statement regarding this matter.Van a hacer una declaración con respecto a este asunto.
b. en relación con
We have already heard the news regarding the elections.Ya escuchamos las noticias en relación con las elecciones.
c. en cuanto a
I noticed his lack of interest regarding the subject of money.Noté su falta de interés en cuanto al tema de dinero.
d. por lo que respecta a
Regarding the administrative side of things, they will take care of that.Por lo que respecta a la parte administrativa, se encargarán ellos.
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