Question using 'as opposed to'

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"The man was such a card with the ladies as opposed to his male friends."

(Curious of the correct usage of the phrase 'as opposed to'.   Should it read "The man was such a card with the ladies as opposed to WITH his male friends."?)

grammar Word asked Sep 12 '12 at 18:09 Alex New member

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