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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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conspire with (one)

To plot or scheme with one. What are you kids whispering about back there? You better not be conspiring with each other! The president of the company conspired with his assistant to conceal all evidence of his crime.
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conspire with someone (against someone or something)

 and conspire (with someone) against someone or something
to join with someone in a plot against someone or something else. The CEO conspired with the board of directors against the stockholders. Ed conspired with Sam against the plan.
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Conspired and agreed to increase retail e-book prices for all consumers and agreed to eliminate e-book retail price competition between e-book outlets, such that retail prices to consumers would be the same regardless of the outlet patronized by the consumer.
One wonders how the New York Times can view the mountain of evidence of "who else may have conspired in the attack" as "increasingly clouded," or how Professor Hamm can see it as anything less than a "smoking gun."
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Court documents show the suspects conspired with the directors of M/s Nunguni General Suppliers to defraud the county government of Sh7,396,552.
The court heard that Watson conspired with others to smuggle the drug cache into the country by using his single-engine four-seater plane.
His solicitor Cornelius McCarthy told the court: "He denies totally that he conspired with anyone and says there is no evidence that he did conspire with anyone."
John Martin and Kevin Lusk conspired to set fire to the sheriff court building in Fort William High Street.
o A British al-Qaida suspect was to appear in court today over allegations he conspired to set up a terror training camp in the US.
The three are amongst five people alleged to have conspired to import 650 kg of cocaine.
IAN HUNTLEY conspired with Maxine Carr to create an alibi for the time of Holly Wells' and Jessica Chapman's deaths to ``put the police off the scent'', the Old Bailey heard yesterday.
The charge brought against them alleges the two - who are bailed to an address in Stoke-on-Trent - conspired with others to steal the phones between January and May this year.
John Walker Lindh, who fought with the Taliban in Afghanistan, pleaded not guilty yesterday to a ten-count indictment including charges that he conspired to kill Americans abroad.
It was an outrage when John Kennedy's government conspired to assassinate Fidel Castro and Ngo Dinh Diem, and when Richard Nixon's government conspired to assassinate Salvador Allende, and when George Bush's government conspired to assassinate Muamar Ghadafi.
Between January and February 2016, in Eldoret, he allegedly conspired to promote the use of prohibited substances by athletes.
London, July 11( ANI ): A Manhattan judge has reportedly announced that software manufacturer Apple allegedly 'conspired' with book publishers in order to fix e-book prices.