Meaning: (in phrase in cahoots) in collusion; working together secretly
- The cops and the big drug dealers here work in cahoots, and they make a lot of money out of the drug trade.
- Michael says that big pharmaceutical companies are in cahoots with government agencies that regulate medicines, and a lot of research that highlights dangerous side-effects is deliberately ignored.
Many people suspect that some customs officers are in cahoots with people who
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Contributor: Matt Errey