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team

noun [group]
 
 
/tiːm/
SPORT A2 a group of people who play a sport or game together against another group of players: a basketball/football team Which team are you on?Acting, being or existing togetherCompetitors and participants in sports and games
WORK GROUP B1 a group of people who work together to do something: a management team a team of advisersEmployees and colleaguesActing, being or existing together
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