Synonyms for team
Antonyms for team
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TEAM
The two saddle-horses and a team for carriage use had been shipped ahead.
The team was purely American—that is to say, almost human in its intelligence and docility.
Then six miles of macadamized road showed us that the team could move.
Peaceful stood beside the team, with the lines still in his hand.
A second and smaller sled was driven by Mit-sah, and to this was harnessed a team of puppies.
When Mit-sah cried out his command for the team to stop, White Fang obeyed.
In the time before he was made leader of the team, the pack had learned to get out of his way.
The wisest as well as strongest dog was the leader, and the team obeyed him and feared him.
They said no more; and though Ichabod went back to his team, it was not to work.
At that rate, the limiting grade for the team would be fifteen per cent.
Old English team "set of draft animals yoked together," from Proto-Germanic *taumaz (cf. Old Norse taumr, Old Frisian tam, Dutch toom, Old High German zoum, German Zaum "bridle"), probably literally "that which draws," from *taugmaz "action of drawing," from series *taukh-, *tukh-, *tug-, represented by Old English togian "to pull, drag" (see tow), from PIE *deuk- "pull" (related to Latin ducere "to lead;" see duke (n.)). Applied to people in Old English, especially "group of people acting together to bring suit." Team spirit is recorded from 1928. Team player attested from 1886, originally in baseball.