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double-team

verb [T] uk   /ˈdʌb.l̩.tiːm/ us  
in basketball, to have two members of a team trying to prevent an opposing player from scoring: They double-teamed Jordan in the second half.
Translations of “double-team”
in Chinese (Traditional) (籃球賽中)雙人防守…
in Chinese (Simplified) (篮球赛中)双人防守…
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