If you team up with someone, you join them in order to work together for a particular purpose . You can also say that two people or groups team up .
a team playing away from its home ground.
a sports team in a smaller or lower league that is affiliated to one in a larger or higher league
a team which is playing on its own ground
the staff of a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital
A SWAT team is a group of police officers who have been specially trained to deal with very dangerous or violent situations. SWAT is an abbreviation for ' Special Weapons and Tactics '.
designating or having to do with a form of professional wrestling in which two-member teams compete, with teammates alternating in the ring
In a game or sport, your team-mates are the other members of your team.
a combination of military units, usually of different types, as infantry and artillery, temporarily under one command while on special combat mission
a medical team with special equipment able to be mobilized quickly to treat cardiac arrest
to use two players to guard or block (a single opposing player)
A dream team is the best possible group of people to be in a sports team or to do a particular job .
a team of workers trained to perform underground rescues
An ethic of a particular kind is an idea or moral belief that influences the behaviour, attitudes, and philosophy of a group of people.
games that in which teams play against each other
the leader of a team, esp in business
a member of a team, esp in a workplace
If you refer to someone as a team player, you mean that they work well with other people in order to achieve things.
Team spirit is the feeling of pride and loyalty that exists among the members of a team and that makes them want their team to do well or to be the best .
a sport in which teams play against each other
a group of highly skilled workers assigned to tasks of special importance and urgency
→ the England team
a team deployed to an area of conflict to observe proceedings
a team engaged in locating and retrieving bodies, cargo, etc, esp following a crash, explosion or natural disaster
a second team of a sports club, such as a football club, made up of emerging and young players
any of several predetermined permutations of the players within a team that play in situations, such as kickoffs and attempts at field goals, where the standard offensive and defensive formations are not appropriate
the captain of a sporting team
a system whereby two or more teachers pool their skills, knowledge, etc, to teach combined classes
the team who have gone to place to play a game
a new team in a league, composed largely of players acquired from established league teams and formed when the league expands its membership
a team of managers in charge of directing a company, business, etc
a group of people who manage the transition between one system, administrative regime, etc and another
Someone's environment is all the circumstances, people, things, and events around them that influence their life.
Someone's or something's performance is how successful they are or how well they do something.
the England team:
any sports team representing England, esp the England football team.
If you swat something such as an insect, you hit it with a quick, swinging movement, using your hand or a flat object.
a fellow member on a team
mountain rescue team:
a group of people who conduct search and rescue on a mountain, for example of someone who has fallen, got lost, etc
A farm is an area of land, together with the buildings on it, that is used for growing crops or raising animals, usually in order to sell them.