collusion

  

Definition

Improper secret agreement between two or more entities, to defraud or deprive others of their property or rightful share, or to otherwise indulge in a forbidden, illegal, or illegitimate activity.

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  • The two mafia bosses agreed formed a collusion to go up against the third boss in order to deprive him of all the money the three earned on their latest job.

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  • The union president was arrested for collusion after it was found out that he was meeting illegally with the company's president to undermine the new contract.

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  • Since the police officer was working in collusion with the drug dealer he did not arrest him even though he was seen selling drugs each night.

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