teamwork

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English[edit]

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From team +‎ work. Compare West Frisian teamwurk (teamwork).

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teamwork (uncountable)

  1. The cooperative effort of a team of people to achieve a common goal.
    • 2003, Sonic Team USA, Sonic Heroes, Sega, published 2003, PlayStation 2, Windows, GameCube, Xbox, level/area: Last Story:
      Sonic: OK then, let’s get ready to do this. We’ll show that creep the REAL SUPER POWER of TEAM WORK!
    • 2020 June 3, Lilian Greenwood talks to Paul Stephen, “Rail's 'underlying challenges' remain”, in Rail, page 33:
      Having put partisan interests to one side, Greenwood set about making teamwork a watchword for her chairmanship, while seeking the broadest possible participation in subsequent inquiries.

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Etymology[edit]

English teamwork

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (file)
  • Hyphenation: team‧work

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teamwork n (uncountable)

  1. teamwork