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Definition of "colluded" [colluded]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of collude. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "colluded" in a sentence
  • "The courts ruled that the labels colluded with each other to set minimum pricing guidelines which is, of course, illegal."
  • "But as the full seizure of power by the Nazis became imminent, and as Stalin colluded with it more and more openly, he abandoned mere class analysis, as in the following passage:"
  • "In late 2008, a lengthy Chinese-language essay circulated online excoriating Mr. Zhou and other top officials for being too close to the U.S., accusing them of having "colluded" with then Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson to buy U.S. bonds."