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1to be in cahoots (with sb) — estar complotado (con algn)
- Each section revolves around a different theme, together revealing the power and arrogance of political leaders in cahoots with corporate capital.
- Why would she have to be in cahoots with anybody?
- With their regular penchant for not only making political mischief, they now appear to be in cahoots together by dispatching letters which do not appear to make any rational sense.
- They never have to meet or conspire but they are still in cahoots.
- Sometimes it seems that the software and hardware industry are in cahoots with each other, conspiring against you and your budget.
- It fears an army of cowboy estate agents and property companies working in cahoots with financial advisers could shortly place the pensions of millions of employees at risk.
- But she now saw it as symbolic: she had entered the unromantic period of her life, and because her daughter had helped her father choose the dish, she was in cahoots with him.
- What's happening is that the ushers and seat fillers are in cahoots.
- It's a case of each side playing to the other's appetite, as though the candidates and the cameras were in cahoots.
- But the grabbers, in cahoots with lower-level officials, prove the land is in their physical possession, not the government's.
- I reckoned that they were probably in cahoots with each other.
- And she realized that Laura and this other woman were in cahoots.
- The mystical and the managerial are secretly in cahoots.
- He did this in cahoots with people from the refinery.
- If folks know that the media are in cahoots with the cops, then surely they'll deliver a solid beating to anyone recording their nefarious deeds.
- Are these men in cahoots with the car parts dealers?
- But he scoffed at conspiracy theories suggesting government, corporations and media conglomerates are in cahoots.
- Together they connive in cahoots and scheme to create the world's worst musical, a guaranteed catastrophic dog of a show.
- There is also the DC area sniper to think about, but there's no evidence he's a foreigner or in cahoots with another nation.
- I just wanted to know if you think that maybe he's in cahoots with somebody, if he has somebody maybe working with him on the side.
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