conspire against (something or someone)

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conspire against (something or someone)

To join together in force or combine in such a way as to foil or defeat someone or something. The wind and rain conspired against our plans for an outdoor barbecue. His two younger brothers conspired against him to have him removed from the head of the company.
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all those flir ty smiles conspire against you and every damn thing she says sounds fruitier than a Carry On convention.
IT'S NOT much fun being a punter when fate, as well as bookies, conspire against you.