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Definition of "teams" []

  • A group of people organized to work together (noun)
  • A group of players forming one of the sides in a sporting contest (noun)
  • Two or more animals working together to pull a vehicle or agricultural implement (noun)
  • Such animals and the vehicle (noun)
  • A flock, herd, or brood (noun)
  • Ancestry (noun)
  • To make or cause to make a team (verb)
  • To drag or transport in or by a team (verb)
  • To drive a team (verb)
  • Plural form of team. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of team. (verb)

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Use "teams" in a sentence
  • "Working in teams is the simplest way to describe it, hierarchical teams composed of theorists and experimentalists."
  • "I think the whiteness of Latin American teams is more a commentary on North American expectations ...."
  • "After the announcement that a £40m budget cap would be on offer to the teams next season, the FIA set about explaining the cap, how it would it be policed and what it entitles teams to."