collude

Collude vs Contrive - What's the difference?

collude | contrive |


As verbs the difference between collude and contrive

is that collude is to act in concert with; to conspire while contrive is to form by an exercise of ingenuity; to devise; to plan; to scheme; to plot.

Complicity vs Collude - What's the difference?

complicity | collude |


As a noun complicity

is (senseid)the state of being complicit; involvement as a partner or accomplice, especially in a crime or other wrongdoing.

As a verb collude is

to act in concert with; to conspire.

Collude vs Complicit - What's the difference?

collude | complicit |


As a verb collude

is to act in concert with; to conspire.

As an adjective complicit is

associated with or participating in an activity, especially one of a questionable nature.

Collude vs Cooperate - What's the difference?

collude | cooperate |


As verbs the difference between collude and cooperate

is that collude is to act in concert with; to conspire while cooperate is .

Coordinate vs Collude - What's the difference?

coordinate | collude |


As verbs the difference between coordinate and collude

is that coordinate is while collude is to act in concert with; to conspire.

As a noun coordinate

is .

As an adjective coordinate

is .

Crime vs Collude - What's the difference?

crime | collude |


As verbs the difference between crime and collude

is that crime is to commit (s) while collude is to act in concert with; to conspire.

As a noun crime

is (countable) a specific act committed in violation of the law.

Collude vs Collogue - What's the difference?

collude | collogue |


As verbs the difference between collude and collogue

is that collude is to act in concert with; to conspire while collogue is (rare) to talk privately or secretly; to conspire.

Abide vs Collude - What's the difference?

abide | collude |


As verbs the difference between abide and collude

is that abide is while collude is to act in concert with; to conspire.

Collate vs Collude - What's the difference?

collate | collude |


In lang=en terms the difference between collate and collude

is that collate is to sort multiple copies of printed documents into sequences of individual page order, one sequence for each copy, especially before binding while collude is to act in concert with; to conspire.

As verbs the difference between collate and collude

is that collate is to examine diverse documents et cetera to discover similarities and differences while collude is to act in concert with; to conspire.

Collude vs Connice - What's the difference?

collude | connice |

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