Definition of collusion
: secret agreement or cooperation especially for an illegal or deceitful purpose acting in collusion with the enemy
collusiveplay \kə-ˈlü-siv, -ziv\ adjective
Examples of collusion in a Sentence
The company was acting in collusion with manufacturers to inflate prices.
there was collusion between the two companies to fix prices
Recent Examples of collusion from the Web
Scuttling the whole film-TV tax incentives thread would keep the focus more squarely on manipulated climate change and government-business collusion.
The new reporting that has broken this weekend suggests instead that this collusion likely did take place.
The NCAA and schools should know all about enabling black markets, because the aforementioned collusion to cap compensation created an underground economy that has endured for decades in the student-athlete labor market for revenue sports.
For Trump, beset by FBI and congressional investigations into Moscow's meddling in the presidential race and possible collusion by his election campaign, Russia is radioactive.
Liberal students want Trump’s tax returns and to see Russian collusion properly investigated.
WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump lashed out on Monday at his predecessor over his handling of Russia’s alleged meddling in the U.S. election and denied any collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow.
Sessions joins other high-ranking members of the Trump administration in retaining their own lawyers as special Counsel Robert Mueller continues to investigate claims of collusion between Russia and Trump associates during the 2016 campaign.
Everything seems to be leaking out of this administration, but so far the leaks about actual collusion are meager.
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COLLUSION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of collusion for English Language Learners
: secret cooperation for an illegal or dishonest purpose
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