• Definition for "collude"
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collude definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to behave collectively privately to quickly attain a fraudulent, unlawful, or deceitful purpose; conspire.
    • To have privately a joint part or share in an action; to try out into both's fingers; to conspire; to behave in show.
    • To act collectively privately to accomplish a fraudulent, unlawful, or deceitful purpose; conspire.
    • To have secretly a joint component or share in an action; to play into each other's fingers; to conspire; to act in show.
  • verb:
    • to do something in concert with; to conspire
    • work together or agreement and in secret towards a deceitful or unlawful purpose
    • to behave in concert with; to conspire
    • work in unison or contract plus secret towards a deceitful or unlawful purpose
  • others:
    • To conspire in a fraud or deception; work in show through a secret comprehension; play into the other person's fingers. See collusion.
    • To conspire in a fraud or deception; act in show through a secret understanding; play into each other's arms. See collusion.
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