Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Conspiracy"

The meaning of "Conspiracy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does criminal conspiracy mean?
A: Conspiracy - conspirație
Q: What does conspiracy mean?
A: A conspiracy is like a secret plan by a group to do something bad or unlawful, like a scheme.

A conspiracy theory, sometimes shortened to conspiracy, is the belief that a sneaky, but influential group is responsible for something like an event or circumstance.

Sorry for bigger words, I will explain any big words if you need me to :)
Q: What does leaving intact his conspiracy conviction before a military tribunal. mean?
A: It means that the laws that make what he did illegal did not exist at the time that he did them. It wasn't until years later that they went into effect.

..."before" in this case means "in front of"
Q: What does I was rounded up in a federal conspiracy case.

what does it mean "rounded up" in above sentence? mean?
A: I was picked up, arrested, taken in, put into jail for a time
Q: What does conspiracy mean?
A: An evil, unlawful, treacherous plan formulated in secret by two or more persons; plot against something.
A secret.

Example sentences using "Conspiracy"

Q: Please show me example sentences with conspiracy .
A: I watched a conspiracy theory video. :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with "conspiracy".
A: Conspiracy means to make a plan in secret. A surprise birthday party is a conspiracy. However in the news media, conspiracy is used as a negative term to mean a crazy theory not based on fact that should be ignored. I find that in most cases what the media calls conspiracy is often true in some way.
Q: Please show me example sentences with conspiracy .
A: A conspiracy is a secret plan.

"A conspiracy by the government."

Synonyms of "Conspiracy" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between conspiracy and plot ?
A: A conspiracy must involve more than one person. A plot does not.

They conspired to assassinate the president. OK
They plotted to assassinate the president. OK
He plotted to assassinate the president. OK
He conspired to assassinate the president. WRONG, unless there is more context letting you know he was acting in a group.
Q: What is the difference between conspiracy and intrigue and plot and scheme ?
A: A conspiracy is like a group of people planning or working together to do something unlawful or harmful — example: "There is a conspiracy involving investment bankers illegally manipulating the stock market."

Intrigue describes a state of interest or curiosity — example: "This puzzles intrigues me."

As a verb, plot means to plan something (especially in secret) — such as plotting how to leave a party without other people knowing. As a noun, it refers to the major events of a story.

As a verb, to scheme means to plan, but it especially involves deceiving people and/or unlawful activity (it may imply scamming, swindling, etc.) — example: "He was always scheming and coming up with new ways to deceive people"

As a noun, scheme refers to a plan for how to put an idea into action — example: "I've developed a new marketing scheme to help improve the sales of our product."

Translations of "Conspiracy"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? how I may I use conspiracy in different scenarios?
A:
کیا میں مختلف منظرناموں میں سازش کا استعمال کرسکتا ہوں؟
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? conspiracy
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? conspiracy
A: Conspiracy
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? (Subject) has a conspiracy theory.Is this sentence correct?Is it often to use it?
A: It's a correct sentence but he's talking in the third person

Other questions about "Conspiracy"

Q: conspiracy
Can you record pronouncing each syllable of "conspiracy"
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Q: there is a massive conspiracy going on here and I know you're involved does this sound natural?
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Q: do you interested in conspiracy theories?

does this sound natural?
A: Are you interested in conspiracy theories?

Q: How to say it correctly: 'many conspiracies have been made towards this issue'?
A: "Many conspiracies have been made about this issue"
Q: "All conspiracy theories are about little truths linked/attached (?) by big lies" does this sound natural?
A: @peterhferrer "joined by" or "connected by" would work.

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