It is contingent on an intact rotator cuff with dynamic compressive forces.



in this sentence, If I change "with" with "for" ,  what differnec of meaing is it?  I want to  get it.

Please, sir,  answer.

Prepositions asked Feb 24 '13 at 02:17 lee New member

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With 'with', you are saying the intact rotator must have dynamic compressive forces to do the function, 'it'.


With 'for', you are saying that the intact rotator creates dynamic compressive forces, and 'it' = 'forces'.

link comment answered Feb 24 '13 at 02:44 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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