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[teem] /tim/
a number of persons forming one of the sides in a game or contest:
a football team.
a number of persons associated in some joint action:
a team of advisers.
two or more horses, oxen, or other animals harnessed together to draw a vehicle, plow, or the like.
one or more draft animals together with the harness and vehicle drawn.
a family of young animals, especially ducks or pigs.
Obsolete. offspring or progeny; lineage or stock.
verb (used with object)
to join together in a team.
Chiefly Northern U.S. Older Use. to convey or transport by means of a team; haul.
verb (used without object)
to drive a team.
to gather or join in a team, a band, or a cooperative effort (usually followed by up, together, etc.).
of, relating to, or performed by a team:
a team sport; team effort.
Origin of team
before 900; Middle English teme (noun), Old English tēam child-bearing, brood, offspring, set of draft beasts; cognate with Dutch toom bridle, reins, German Zaum, Old Norse taumr
Related forms
interteam, adjective
underteamed, adjective
unteamed, adjective
10. combine, unite, ally, merge.
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  • He made as many home runs as all the other players of his team together.

    Baseball Joe, Home Run King Lester Chadwick
  • Quest asked one of the carters, who was just getting his team together.

    The Black Box E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • Please let me know about this as soon as possible, as I must now begin to hustle to get my team together.

  • But when Jennings tried to get his team together they backed, twisted and turned in such a manner as to render them useless.

    On the Yukon Trail Roy J. Snell
  • Jed and Ken had played football on the first team together last year.

    The Year When Stardust Fell Raymond F. Jones
  • Get the team together as soon as you can, Cap, said the coach, and let Cater go over the new signals with them a couple of times.

    Full-Back Foster Ralph Henry Barbour
  • It caused Gif to call his team together and read them a stern lecture.

  • Maybe it hasn't taken endless energy to keep that team together and up to the mark.

  • The boss told Pete not to make a fool of himself, but to go back to the field and get his team together.

    A California Girl Edward Eldridge
British Dictionary definitions for team together


noun (sometimes functioning as pl)
a group of people organized to work together
a group of players forming one of the sides in a sporting contest
two or more animals working together to pull a vehicle or agricultural implement
such animals and the vehicle: the coachman riding his team
(dialect) a flock, herd, or brood
(obsolete) ancestry
when intr, often foll by up. to make or cause to make a team: he teamed George with Robert
(transitive) (US & Canadian) to drag or transport in or by a team
(intransitive) (US & Canadian) to drive a team
Word Origin
Old English team offspring; related to Old Frisian tām bridle, Old Norse taumr chain yoking animals together, Old High German zoum bridle
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Word Origin and History for team together



Old English team "set of draft animals yoked together," from Proto-Germanic *taumaz (cf. Old Norse taumr, Old Frisian tam, Dutch toom, Old High German zoum, German Zaum "bridle"), probably literally "that which draws," from *taugmaz "action of drawing," from series *taukh-, *tukh-, *tug-, represented by Old English togian "to pull, drag" (see tow), from PIE *deuk- "pull" (related to Latin ducere "to lead;" see duke (n.)). Applied to people in Old English, especially "group of people acting together to bring suit." Team spirit is recorded from 1928. Team player attested from 1886, originally in baseball.


1550s, "to harness beasts in a team," from team (n.). The meaning "to come together as a team" (usually with up) is attested from 1932. Related: Teamed; teaming.

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Slang definitions & phrases for team together

tea head

noun phrase

A habitual user of marijuana (1953+)

The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
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