Translation of collusion in Spanish:

collusion

Pronunciation: /kəˈluːʒən/

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  • colusión (f), connivencia (f) to be in collusion with sb estar* coludido con algn, estar* en colusión or connivencia con algn
    More example sentences
    • Competition between elites is too easily turned into collusion between plunderers.
    • If discrimination is not challenged then we are effectively in collusion with the perpetrators of such behaviour.
    • But experience has shown that this kind of cooperation often leads to collusion between the two sides.

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