verb (used without object), col·lud·ed, col·lud·ing.
Origin of collude
Examples from the Web for collude
Collusive labor makes it easier for employers to collude to extract maximum rents from customers.New York City Bus Strike: A Cosy Cartel, Running Out of Gas|Megan McArdle|January 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Nor, Cortazzo said, did he collude with the geologist to rip off Roy.
I argued that when markets are free, and when government does not collude with business, greed is useful.
Associated words: collude, collusion, collusive, connivance.Putnam's Word Book|Louis A. Flemming
British Dictionary definitions for collude
Word Origin for collude
Word Origin and History for collude
1520s, from Latin colludere "act collusively," literally "to play with" (see collusion). Related: Colluded; colluding.