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team US English

A group of players forming one side in a competitive game or sport

team US Thesaurus

the sales team

team up in team US English

Come together as a team to achieve a common goal

A-team US English

A group of elite soldiers or the top advisers or workers in an organization

go-team US English

A group of investigators who can be dispatched immediately to investigate accidents, attacks, and the like

farm team US English

A minor league baseball team that provides players as needed to an affiliated major league team

SWAT team US English

A group of elite police marksmen who specialize in high-risk tasks such as hostage rescue

tag team US English

A pair of wrestlers who fight as a team, taking the ring alternately. One team member cannot enter the ring until touched or tagged by the one leaving

crash team US English

(In a hospital) a team of medical practitioners that stand by to resuscitate patients who have suffered cardiac or respiratory failure

double-team US English

(In ball games, especially basketball) block (an opponent) with two players

dream team US English

A team of people perceived as the perfect combination for a particular purpose

team player US English

A person who plays or works well as a member of a team or group

team spirit US English

Feelings of camaraderie among the members of a group, enabling them to cooperate and work well together

tiger team US English

A team of specialists in a particular field brought together to work on specific tasks

special team US English

A squad that is used for kickoffs, punts, or other special plays

team ministry US English

A group of clergy of incumbent status who minister jointly to several parishes under the leadership of a rector or vicar

team teaching US English

Coordinated teaching by a team of teachers working together

expansion team US English

A new team added to an established professional sport league

take one for the team US English

Willingly undertake an unpleasant task or make a personal sacrifice for the collective benefit of one’s friends or colleagues

team something with in team US English

Match or coordinate a garment with (another)

teammate US English

A fellow member of a team

teamwork US English

The combined action of a group of people, especially when effective and efficient

team handball in handball US English

A team game similar to soccer in which the ball is thrown or hit with the hands rather than kicked

take one for the team in team US English

Willingly undertake an unpleasant task or make a personal sacrifice for the collective benefit of one’s friends or colleagues