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verb British English pronunciation: team /tiːm/ 
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present tense
I/you/we/theyteam
he/she/itteams
present participleteaming
past tenseteamed
past participleteamed
  1. 1

    team

    or

    team up

    [intransitive/transitive] to play a sport or to work together with someone to achieve a particular aim, or to put people together for this purpose

    They teamed for the first time on this project.

    team up with someone:

    They teamed up with Tom Jones to record the hit single.

  2. 2
    [transitive] to match a colour, cloth, or piece of clothing with another

    grey trousers teamed with a white shirt

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