collude

verb

  • Competition Law

Definitions of collude

  • to work together with someone or some organization in secret to achieve something dishonestly

    Plaintiffs are arguing that the banks colluded to fix prices in the $5.3 trillion-a-day foreign exchange market.

Phrase Bank for collude

  • He did not wish to fight the cocaine trade and often colluded with traffickers threatened bilateral relations and future US aid.

  • Was she colluding in his tax evasion?

  • … Operating Lessee or any Affiliate of Borrower or Operating Lessee has acted in concert with, colluded or conspired with the party to cause the filing thereof or has consented to or acquiesced thereto.