Definition of collogue in English:

collogue

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Pronunciation: /kɒˈləʊg
 
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verb (collogues, colloguing, collogued)

[no object] archaic
Talk confidentially or conspiratorially: they wagged their old heads sadly when they collogued in clubs

Origin

early 17th century (in the sense 'flatter, pretend to agree with or believe'): probably an alteration of obsolete colleague 'conspire', by association with Latin colloqui 'to converse'.

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