1‘all six admitted conspiring to steal cars’
plot, hatch a plot, form a conspiracy, scheme, plan, lay plans, intrigue, collude, connive, collaborate, consort, machinate, manoeuvre, be hand in glove, work hand in glove
abet, be an accessory
informal be in cahoots
2‘circumstances have conspired to make an immediate share issue an unattractive option’
act together, work together, combine, join, unite, ally, join forces, cooperate
informal gang up
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.