Learn English: connect to or with

What is correct: connect to or with?

Connect to or connect with

Actually both may be correct depending on the context. Each of them collocates with different words.

‘Connected to’ usually means a physical connection. E.g. ‘Your computer is connected to a printer’.

‘Connected with’ someone or something means a relationship. E.g. ‘He is still connected with his school colleagues’, ‘symptoms connected with kidney stones’.

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