- v. 阴谋；协力；共谋，串通一气
- vi. 密谋，搞阴谋 plan (sth bad) together secretly;take part in a conspiracy
- vi. (事件等)巧合，共同导致 (of events) to combine or work together, especially with bad results
engage in plotting or enter into a conspiracy, swear together;
"They conspired to overthrow the government"
act in unison or agreement and in secret towards a deceitful or illegal purpose;
"The two companies conspired to cause the value of the stock to fall"
- They conspire against the government.
- But if any force tries to conspire and work against the people's will, we might be compelled to take that way despite our unwillingness.
- The criminals conspired to rob a bank.
- Events conspired to produce great difficulties for us.
- conspire against (v.+prep.)
似乎共同导致（不良后果）seem to work together to make sth bad happen
conspire against sb/sth
Circumstances had conspired against them.
We all conspired not to tell him.出自： I. Murdoch
- conspirator n. 阴谋家，共谋者