Difference between 'in relation to' and 'in relation with'?

Hi all,

Is there any difference between in relation to and in relation with?

Any answer??

in relation to, in connection with

I didn’t understand what you mean!!
Do you mean that it is wrong to use in relation with and we should use “in connection with” instead?!!

in relation to someone or something -
relating to someone or something; in connection with someone or something. I mention this fact in relation to your proposed trip. Let’s discuss Bill in relation to his future with this company.

McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

in relation to something

  1. compared with something She checked the map to see where Miami is in relation to Orlando.
  2. (slightly formal) and how that connects to something This is a report about the effects of changing weather patterns in relation to farming.
    Related vocabulary: in connection with something

Cambridge Dictionary of American Idioms Copyright © Cambridge University Press 2006. Reproduced with permission.

Hi Ripsi,

To me ‘in relation to’ suggesting ‘in connection with’ is the favoured construction.