I don't understand why aspect noun takes "to" preposition later on.

  • I would trust the professional's advice in that aspect of economics.

  • There are many fascinating aspects to the complex procedure.

Cannot the prepositions of "aspect" interchange? Why? What is the difference?

  • Aspect is a noun, not a verb. The choice of preposition after a noun is generally governed by usage and context. Several prepositions can follow the noun sight, for example: sight of / in / at / from... and so on. It depends on the context. – Ronald Sole Nov 9 '19 at 14:24

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