Definition of 'collusion'
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You think I could have been in collusion with the two guards. ALASTAIR MCLEAN'S 'NIGHT WATCH' (1999)And for you to accuse him of collusion with the enemy... "She trailed off as she struggled to control her emotions. THE DEVIL'S DOOR (1999)
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Translations for 'collusion'
British English: collusion NOUN
Collusion is secret or illegal co-operation, especially between countries or organizations.
He found no evidence of collusion between record companies and retailers.
Definition of collusion from the Collins English Dictionary
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