n (pl -cies)
- 1.1 c (plot) conspiración (f) there's a conspiracy against me in this office! [humorístico/humorous] ¡toda la oficina está confabulada contra mí! [humorístico/humorous] conspiracy to +
infconspiración para+ infthe press maintained a conspiracy of silence on the subject la prensa guardó un silencio cómplice sobre el temaMore example sentences1.2 u (act of conspiring) conspiración (f)
More example sentences
- The tacit conspiracy is the cause; the secret conspiracies are the symptoms.
- Where there were kings, queens, palaces there ought to be intrigues, conspiracies and secret tunnels.
- If the uncovered ‘secrets’ involve grand conspiracies, so much the better.
- She is serving three-and-a-half years in prison for conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
- Tamper with a witness and see how you would go on a charge of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
- The second man is also being held on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
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