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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
team (noun)
1.
a) two or more draft animals harnessed to the same vehicle or implement , also these with their harness and attached vehicle
b) a draft animal often with harness and vehicle
2.
obsolete - lineage race
3.
a group of animals as
a) a brood especially of young pigs or ducks
b) a matched group of animals for exhibition
4.
a number of persons associated together in work or activity as
a) a group on one side (as in football or a debate)
b) - crew gang
team (adjective)
of or performed by a team - a team effort , also marked by devotion to rather than individual achievement - teamwork a team player
team (verb)
transitive verb
1.
to yoke or join in a team , also to put together in a coordinated ensemble
2.
intransitive verb
to convey or haul with a team
1.
to drive a team or motortruck
2.
to form a team or association
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
team (noun)
a group of people working together on a task
SYNONIMS:
army, band, brigade, company, crew, outfit, party, platoon, squad, team
RELATED WORDS:
battalion, corps, troop; force, host, posse, stable, troupe; administration, department, help, personnel, staff
team (verb)
to participate or assist in a joint effort to accomplish an end
SYNONIMS:
band (together), collaborate, concert, concur, conjoin, conspire, join, league, team (up), unite
RELATED WORDS:
connive; affiliate, ally, associate, combine, confederate, hang together, interface
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