An answer to post "look after", "take care of" and "take after" says

For the context of the vacation and dogs, you could use "look after", "take care of", "see to".

I use the expression "in the context" a lot, so I would say

In the context of the vacation and dogs ...

I feel that "in the context" is more commonly used, and Google Ngram seems to support my sense.

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So, are "for the context" or "in the context" interchangeable and the latter is more commonly used?

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