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Definition of "colluding" [colluding]

  • Present participle of to collude. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "colluding" in a sentence
  • "I regularly do the same thing with my undergraduate game theory class -- invite them to try colluding, that is, and there have been some very good attempts to do so."
  • "And for the parent to the stay on her in a difficult situation like this is courageous and they run the risk every step of the way of colluding, which is I think what Lee is afraid of and why he ` s asking for immunity, rather than courageously stepping away from the delusion."
  • "He did not accuse oil companies of directly colluding, which is banned under the Trade Practices Act, but said the biggest players Caltex, BP and Mobil were leading prices up during the weekly price cycle, while independents and other discounters, including supermarkets, were left to drag prices back down once they had spiked."