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conspire

US [kənˈspaɪr]
UK [kənˈspaɪə(r)]
  • v.密谋;图谋;阴谋;似乎共同导致(不良后果)
  • Web共谋;同谋;密谋策划
Simple Present:conspires  Present Participle:conspiring  Past Tense:conspired  
conspire
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v.
1.
[i]
密谋;图谋;阴谋to secretly plan with other people to do sth illegal or harmful
They were accused of conspiring against the king.
他们被指控密谋反对国王。
They deny conspiring together to smuggle drugs.
他们否认共谋走私毒品。
She admitted conspiring with her lover to murder her husband.
她承认与情夫密谋杀害亲夫。
2.
[i]
似乎共同导致(不良后果)to seem to work together to make sth bad happen
Circumstances had conspired against them.
各种情况都凑在一起和他们作对。
Everything conspired to make her life a misery.
她命运多舛,生活悲惨。

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