collude with

collude with (someone or something)

To scheme or conspire with someone or something. The president of the company colluded with his receptionist to conceal all evidence of his crime.
See also: collude

collude with someone or something

to plot or conspire with someone or a group. The CEO colluded with the board of directors in the stock scandal.
See also: collude
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Newly appointed DCI chief George Kinoti says the Flying Squad is being reconstituted because of reports some police collude with criminals.
Weve seen even in the public realm, I think, very graphic evidence that the Trump campaign was willing to collude with the Russians," Schiff continued.
Moscow has denied any interference, and Trump says his campaign did not collude with Russia.
CONTRACTORS USING TRICKS TO CREAM OFF DONOR MONEY By once they clinch the deal, they will then collude with government officials to vary the contracts for every imaginable excuse, eventually pushing the cost way beyond what was offered by other bidders during the competitive stages.
An unholy alliance of selfish politicians, religious zealots, dictators, career bureaucrats, criminals, corporate fat cats, the arms industry, multi-nationals, and the financial institutions compete, conspire and collude with little or no empathy for those who suffer.
Too many parents collude with truancy and condemn their children to a pattern of crime.
Another example she provides is that politicians often collude with administrators to implement "the good idea'.
We have too much knowledge to collude with that kind of attitude.
Is Roshan prepared to collude with closeted celebrities for the sake of selling magazines?
We expect the Association of British Drivers to claim they are against motorists breaking the law while providing a toolkit for them to get off driving offences, it is another thing for The Post to effectively collude with them.
firm C) faces no direct competitors on either side once it decides to collude with the surrounding multilocation firm.