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.
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
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
noun 1. a member of the same team. noun 1. a fellow member of a team
noun 1. a member of the same team.
noun 1. (especially in parts of China) a bribe used to facilitate any business dealing.
noun 1. a person who willingly works in cooperation with others.