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con·spir·a·to·ri·al

 (kən-spîr′ə-tôr′ē-əl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or characteristic of conspirators or a conspiracy: a conspiratorial act; a conspiratorial smile.

con·spir′a·to′ri·al·ly adv.
Translations

conspiratorially

[kənˌspɪrəˈtɔːrɪəlɪ] ADV [behave] → con complicidad

conspiratorially

[kənˌspɪrəˈtɔːriəli] adv [whisper] → avec un air de conspirateur
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And while you can tell he's told the same joke over and over again, we all chuckle conspiratorially, grab our bags and climb into the van.
Everyone should wonder, he said conspiratorially, "what Mr Akinci is trying to do with this act, a few days before the presidential elections.
After a couple minutes to research and absorb the information, he took me slightly aside and conspiratorially asked me, "Isn't that gratuitously large for just two people?
The filling lasted six months and, almost conspiratorially, decided to 'shake itself loose' and fall out when I returned to Australia.
But the luminaries came to class religiously, and conspiratorially let me disappear.
On soft washes of off-white shades, Erdelji's graceful illustrations almost conspiratorially thread through the pages.
Nevertheless, after conspiratorially looking around, checking there was no-one on the beach, no-one behind or ahead of us on the cliff path - and even scanning the sky for low-flying microlights - we decided, between us, that we might never get the chance again and went for it
The notable sparseness of "False Form," with its five unwrapped panels--their gilt edges showing--stacked facing the wall protected by U-shaped foam profiles while another hung on the wall, and its small stacks of closed Samsonite boxes atop a hefty red marble table, felt conspiratorially secretive, even alienating.
Conspiratorially, Republican and Democrat patriarchs successfully dupe voters that America has a two-party system and no fecundity beyond that.
Alan Parker: "They both leaned across (the table), conspiratorially, and said, 'Alan, we're thinking of going into film, and today we are going to discover you.
It noted conspiratorially that The New York Times' story on the wedding did not say where the son-in-law came from, although it carried his name, Brian Vala Nahed, and the names of his parents, Nooshin P.
Excited executives had whispered conspiratorially that Omnicom might have a chance of unseating WPP after four years as the Holding Company of the Year.