verb (conspir, ing)
- To secretly plot or make plans together, often used regarding something bad or illegal.
- To try and make things go a certain way.
- There's no use to a good mark from him.
Etymology: From Latin con-, combining form of cum, with, + spirare, breathe; literally breathe with
- German: sich verschwí¶ren
(trans-top, to try and make things go a certain way)
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