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team

noun /tiːm/
a group of people forming a side in a game
equipo
a football team.
a group of people working together
equipo
A team of doctors.
two or more animals working together eg pulling a cart, plough/plow etc
(caballo) tiro; (buey) yunta
a team of horses/oxen.
team spirit noun willingness of each member of a team or group to work together with loyalty and enthusiasm
espíritu de equipo
There’s a very good team spirit within the football club.
teamwork noun cooperation between those who are working together on a task etc
trabajo de/en equipo
Teamwork is essential to the success of the department.
team up phrasal verb to join with another person in order to do something together
juntarse; asociarse (con)
They teamed up with another family to rent a house for the holidays.
(Definition of team from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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