cahoots Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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cahootsnoun [plural]

uk   us   /kəˈhuːts/ informal
in cahoots (with) acting together with ​others for an ​illegal or ​dishonestpurpose: A ​banker and a ​governmentminister were in cahoots over a ​propertydeal. It's ​reckoned that someone in the ​government was in cahoots with the ​assassin.
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