Translation of collude in Spanish:


coludir, v.

Pronunciation /kəˈlud/ /kəˈl(j)uːd/

See Spanish definition of coludir

intransitive verb

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    actuar en colusión
    actuar en connivencia
    to collude with sb coludir con algn
    actuar en colusión / en connivencia con algn
    • Assorted deadbeats such as myself are apparently colluding in a conspiracy of silence about parenthood.
    • The Fourth and Fifth Defendants colluded in conspiracy to defraud for their own personal gains.
    • Even in a relatively open democracy, the state has a vested interest in the management of information and the civil service and successive governments collude to conceal secret crimes.
    • Thereafter, they didn't need to collude or otherwise conspire to distort the market.
    • The situation is grave because the political and administrative machinery colludes with private companies to mint money from mines.
    • This means what you think it means: the press willingly collude with the British government in keeping certain information secret that you really ought to know.
    • And when the parties collude in such a craven course, it becomes conspiracy as well.
    • Nor can I understand why Governments would collude with producers who wish to hide where their products are made.
    • Either way, I'd had enough of witnessing the destruction of my working class heritage, watching it being stripped of its dignity and worst of all, colluding in its own emasculation.
    • England left Paris with a comfortable victory and the French legacy was the firm belief that the world's English-speaking referees were colluding against them.
    • He concluded that the secrecy surrounding the deposits to be used as security amounted to the bank colluding in ‘tax evasion’.
    • Economists have the concept of a Nash equilibrium to explain the situation where a small number of competitors tend not to undercut each other, even without colluding.
    • Suspicions may be raised by the number of retailers selling a product for a given price, but how do you determine if they are actively colluding, or simply copying one another?
    • Judge Marilyn Hall Patel is questioning whether the big five record companies are colluding to create a monopoly in their industry.
    • Are we colluding with a culture which, according to popular belief, is forcing children to grow up into women when they should still be playing with dolls?
    • Plus, regulators will have their work cut out in making sure that grid and generator managers are not colluding.
    • He claimed the pair had persuaded him to invest in a joint venture before colluding with local police to convict him so they could take over his business interests.
    • Residential solicitors and valuation surveyors are colluding to ensure that the current unfair and expensive system is maintained.
    • Just very recently a senior general was arrested because he was colluding with the insurgents.