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  • Info Collusion is an agreement between two or more parties, sometimes illegal and therefore secretive, to limit open competition by deceiving, misleading, or defrauding others of their legal rights, or to obtain an objective forbidden by law typically by defrauding or gaining an unfair market advantage. more...
  • Service design, culture and performance: collusion and co-production in health care.
  • Despite their collusion, there would be new player in their games.
  • They are both written in good faith, I have no doubt, and without any collusion. Cited from David Copperfield, by Charles Dickens
  • Am I to understand that the whole case was one of collusion? Cited from Getting Married, by George Bernard Shaw
  • However, soldiers in collusion with the opposition entered the church, and broke up the assembly.
  • How was collusion managed between the animal and its master? Cited from Tracks of a Rolling Stone by Henry J. Coke
  • The latter method may require collusion or a pass if the style of play or house rules call for a cut.
  • "What do you mean by your statement that I am in collusion with your enemy?" Cited from The Dock Rats of New York, by "Old Sleuth"
  • Collusion was suspected between the two teams, but the trade went through.
  • "Do you think mother and daughter have acted in collusion in this murder?" Cited from The Hand in the Dark, by Arthur J. Rees
  • Yet, as a matter of fact, such process cannot even BEGIN without our consent and collusion. Cited from The Life Everlasting, Marie Corelli
  • Collusion is two or more players acting with a secret, common strategy.
  • Another, after searching her memory, recalled what seemed to her one instance of real collusion. Cited from Broken Homes, by Joanna C. Colcord
  • The perfect agreement of their writings could not, therefore, be the result of any collusion between them. Cited from The Bible Book by Book, by Josiah Blake Tidwell
  • Police collusion is suspected and "it seems no one was called to account".
  • More than ever was he assured that there had been collusion between the two artillery officers to bring about this end. Cited from A Laodicean, A Story of Today, by Thomas Hardy
  • There is, however, no evidence of direct collusion between the two, who would rebel at different times and places.
  • Still, if you ask me, if I think this was simple collusion, I hardly know what to answer. Cited from Recollections of Europe, by J. Fenimore Cooper
  • For many citizens, the incident was proof that there was collusion between the government and big business.
  • Bring him back with you, too, and come straight upstairs with him, so that there may be no collusion. Cited from An African Millionaire, by Grant Allen
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Meaning of collusion

  • noun Secret agreement