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team player

noun as in collaborator

noun as in player

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Example Sentences

Some wondered if West Virginia could elect a Democrat who’s more amenable to being a team player, someone who would not be the sort to parlay his leverage into frustrating votes.

There’s a fine line between being a team player at work and being a pain in your boss’s neck.

From Quartz

Theresa Plaisance is the ultimate team player and can also stretch the floor and rebound.

He remembered Liebengood as a team player who often surprised opponents with his strength and physical talent.

Others say that it depends on the internal politics at the agency as leaving it up to employees or employees’ managers could further foster power imbalances with some left to feel as if they aren’t team players unless they return to the office.

From Digiday

“Ted Cruz, Team Player” is a twist few saw coming from the freshman who has made too many enemies to count in Washington.

The player we consider to be the “best”—and by best, the leader in individual categories or team player?

Calls had mounted for a major sports team player to come out—an NBA, NFL, NHL, or MLB athlete.

But make no mistake: she also was a dedicated team player who could line up behind her commander and take orders like a trooper.

Employ humility and be a team player in situations that typically inspire diva growls.

The second-team player fought like mad and at last, by a fierce shove, moved Petes foot.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to team player, such as: assistant, associate, colleague, co-worker, confederate, and helper.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.