Definition of in this or that connection in English:

in this (or that) connection

With reference to this (or that): the local Marine Surveyor should be able to assist in this connection
More example sentences
  • Five people have been arrested in this connection.
  • Public lectures, exhibits, school programs, and competitions are among the activities being organised in this connection.
  • It is preposterous to talk about freedom of speech in this connection; the case cannot be blown up into a great issue of civil liberties.
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