verb (used without object), colluded, colluding.
1. to act together through a secret understanding, especially with evil or harmful intent.
2. to conspire in a fraud.
Origin: 1515-25; (< Middle French) < Latin collūdere to play together, equivalent to col- col-+ lūdere to play
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