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English definition of “teamwork”

teamwork

noun [U] uk   /ˈtiːm.wɜːk/ us    /-wɝːk/
C1 the ability of a group of people to work well together: Brilliant teamwork and old fashioned grit got the team a last minute point. Her determination, teamwork skills and leadership capabilities convinced us that she was perfect for the job.
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