Team

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Definition

a team: a group working or playing together
noun

team work: working within a group, working with other people
adjective

to team up with (somebody): to unite, to form a team or a group, to join up (with somebody)
verb
Xavier and Bruno teamed up together. Xavier and Bruno formed a team, worked together.

Pronunciation examples
UK: I have just won a place on the Olympic team.
US: My team defeated the other team in the cricket competition.
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Examples

  • "The pitcher, or hurler, is the most important man on the team."
  • "I guarantee you that with a bit of careful management, both the Sydney and the Wellington teams will enjoy some healthy competition."
  • "We have your laboratory surrounded by a team of 300 highly trained military operatives, 50 ninjas on loan from a sushi restaurant, 17 Apache helicopters and 3 cats that followed us here."
  • "Danica : This is my team of lawyers."
  • "He spent his youth perfecting his warrior and team leadership skills."
  • "And our research and development team has some ideas for the design of the bottles."
  • "Team trainer and manager"
  • "You guys are part of the team. Now for your first mission."
  • "Edward : This is the Delavigne Song, our team morale is strong"

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