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Synonyms for collude

Synonyms for collude

to work out a secret plan to achieve an evil or illegal end

Synonyms for collude

act in unison or agreement and in secret towards a deceitful or illegal purpose


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Reacting to the accusations, Roux-che Locke, the group manager: public relations at the Ohlthaver & List Group, a parent company of Pick & Pay, rubbished Mwinga's claims of colluding.
5 million fine after admitting colluding with rival airline Virgin Atlantic on surcharges on at least six occasions.
5 million for colluding with a competitor and a similar penalty for a one-day outage of the country's games, according to records acquired under a California Public Records Act request.
SAA agreed to the fines in May for allegedly colluding with LH to fix ticket prices on flights between Cape Town, Johannesburg and Frankfurt.
It is also men who are most likely to be corrupted into colluding with such atrocities.
ALTHOUGH men are intrinsically as ethically good as women, it is nevertheless they who are overwhelmingly responsible for violence, wars and sex crime or who are corrupted into colluding with such atrocities.
The results are like passages of music, each capitalizing on, colluding with, complicating, and in subtle ways even compromising or contradicting the others.
The former Marsh managers are accused of colluding with insurance executives to arrange noncompetitive bids and then conveying these bids to clients under false pretenses.
THE EUROPEAN Commission has fined four Italian tobacco processors Euro 56 million in total for colluding for six years over the fixing of prices paid to growers and their agents, and on choosing which supplier to use.
violated the fair competition law by colluding with dealers to maintain the minimum prices of their new cars, the nation's antitrust watchdog said Tuesday.
That's essentially what they did in the McCarthy era, colluding in wholesale violations of civil liberties to prove they weren't soft on communism.
The one-page text describes Newton colluding with chemists in their quest for a transmutation agent that would turn base metals into gold.
When my firm was embezzled by colluding employees whom I had known for years.
The residents are suing the companies for colluding to drive up the bidding price and thereby increasing the cost to be borne by the municipalities.
He was 'executed' by the UDA in October 1988 after a 'court-martial' found him guilty of colluding with the IRA.