teamwork

[teem-wurk]
noun
1.
cooperative or coordinated effort on the part of a group of persons acting together as a team or in the interests of a common cause.
2.
work done with a team.

Origin:
1820–30; team + work

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teamwork (ˈtiːmˌwɜːk)
 
n
1.  the cooperative work done by a team
2.  the ability to work efficiently as a team

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Word Origin & History

teamwork
1828 in the literal sense, from team + work.. Attested by 1909 in the extended sense.
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Teamwork definition

product, software, tool
A SASD tool from Sterling Software, formerly CADRE Technologies, which supports the Shlaer/Mellor Object-Oriented method and the Yourdon-DeMarco, Hatley-Pirbhai, Constantine and Buhr notations.
Teamwork was abandoned when Computer Associates acquired Sterling Software in March 2000.
(2002-05-29)
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Example sentences
Proven leadership skills that inspire and align others, and embrace teamwork
  and collaboration.
Managing collaboration requires special skills: less emphasis on individual
  achievement, more on teamwork.
For another, there is an uncommon level of teamwork.
Another major difference is in the focus on teamwork.
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