plot with

plot with (one)

To conspire, scheme, or make plans with one. I could hear Marcus plotting with his friend Jacob in the basement to go on some grand adventure in the mountains together. He was convicted of treason after being discovered plotting with enemy soldiers.
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plot with someone

to scheme with someone. Mary looks as though she is plotting with Jerry to make some sort of mischief. I am not plotting with anyone. I am planning everything myself.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The Board held how the balloting of two plots, respectively in sector H-11/4 and H-8, was processed and actualised and later, upon restraining order on the offered plot in H-11/4, other plot with greater area in sector H-8 was proposed.