English version

be in cahoots (with somebody)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe in cahoots (with somebody)be in cahoots (with somebody)WITHto be working secretly with another person or group, especially in order to do something dishonest The Forest Service and the timber industry were in cahoots. cahoots
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be in cahoots (with somebody)Perhaps he was in cahoots with the one who got in through a skylark?Some dealers tried to convey the false impression that the two markets were in cahoots.Rogers is accused of being in cahoots with the mafia.Those who floated to the surface were merely declared to be in cahoots with the devil.
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