team

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈtiːm/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/tim/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(tēm)


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team

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [football, soccer, basketball, baseball] team
  2. the [winning, losing] team
  3. a [good, bad, poor, great] team
  4. the [home, away, visiting] team
  5. the [best, worst] team in the [league, country, world]
  6. the most [successful, improved, expensive] team
  7. a [work, sales, company] team
  8. a [school, college, university] team
  9. a team of [experts, scientists, negotiators, inspectors]
  10. [work, study] in a team
  11. [work] as a team
  12. as part of a team
  13. [play, cheer, root] for a team
  14. [bat, play] for the other team
  15. [support, follow, criticize] a team
  16. cheer on your team (to victory)
  17. try out for a team
  18. take a [hit, card, punch] for the team
  19. the team qualified for the [final, next round]
  20. the team was [knocked out, eliminated, disqualified]
  21. our team [won, lost, drew]
  22. is [part, a member] of a team
  23. [picked, selected, chosen] for the team
  24. [called up, drafted] into the team
n as adj
  1. team [games, sports, competitions, events]
  2. team [spirit, rules, selection]
  3. is a (real) team player
v
  1. were teamed together on the [project, task, assignment]
  2. I was teamed with [Alex, a boy, my friend]
  3. team up against the [others, enemy]
  4. team up to [provide, win, develop, deliver, produce]
  5. (have) teamed our resources [to, and]
  6. teamed the dress with a [scarf, handbag]
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