Complete Definition of "collude"

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English

Etymology
From Latin colludere, from con- and ludere "to play".

Transitive verb
rfc-trverb|Transitive verb
en-verb|collud|ing

  1. to act in concert with; to conspire

Synonyms
to be in cahoots
conspire
plot
scheme

Related terms
collusion


Italian

Verb
collude

  1. form of|third-person|Third-person singular present tense|colludere#Italian|colludere|lang=Italian

Category:Italian verb forms

fr:collude
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fi:collude
vi:collude
zh:collude

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