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verb as in conspire

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Whether nor not a company is too big isn’t the issue, but whether or not that bigness enables it to set the rules of competition, collude, and quash competitors.

From Fortune

As they proliferate, experts say, we need to make sure they don’t collude against us in damaging ways.

She was arrested at the time, and released on bail, for covering a rally on behalf of political prisoners at the presidential office and charged with “colluding against national security” and “disturbing public order.”

From Fortune

Police this morning arrested the paper’s founder, Jimmy Lai, on suspicion of colluding with foreign forces—a crime under the new national security law punishable by up to life in prison.

From Quartz

Some people argue that the Democrats and Republicans are essentially a duopoly that colludes, really, to perpetuate their power at the expense of the average voter.

Collusive labor makes it easier for employers to collude to extract maximum rents from customers.

And what if the family and community collude in this inversion?

Nor, Cortazzo said, did he collude with the geologist to rip off Roy.

I argued that when markets are free, and when government does not collude with business, greed is useful.

Associated words: collude, collusion, collusive, connivance.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to collude, such as: connive, intrigue, and plot.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.