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- A set of draught animals, like two horses in front of a carriage.
- Any group of people involved in the same activity, especially referring to sports and work.
Third person singular
- To form a sports or work group.
- They teamed up to complete the project.
team m. inv.
- team (group of people)
From Germanic *tauma- ‘pull, draw’. Cognate with Old Frisian tām ‘bridle, progeny’, Old Saxon tōm, Old High German zoum (Dutch toom ‘rein, offspring’, German Zaum ‘bridle’), Old Norse taumr (Swedish töm ‘leash, rein’).
- IPA: /tæ:am/
tēam m. (plural: tēamas)
- family, offspring
- a team of draught animals
- an Anglo-Saxon legal procedure in a stolen goods suit
- "Sirkulaasjefollybal is in fariant op it 'gewoane' follybal, mei 4 spilers yn elts team." (Mini-volleyball is a variation of "normal" volleyball, with 4 players on each team.)
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