team vs teem

team teem

Definitions

  • 1) A set of draught animals, such as two horses in front of a carriage.
  • 2) Any group of people involved in the same activity, especially referring to sports and work.
  • 3) Two or more draft animals used to pull a vehicle or farm implement.
  • 4) A vehicle along with the animal or animals harnessed to it.
  • 5) A group of animals exhibited or performing together, as horses at an equestrian show.
  • 6) Sports & Games A group on the same side, as in a game.
  • 7) A group organized for work or activity.
  • 8) A brood or flock.
  • 9) (O. Eng. Law) A royalty or privilege granted by royal charter to a lord of a manor, of having, keeping, and judging in his court, his bondmen, neifes, and villains, and their offspring, or suit, that is, goods and chattels, and appurtenances thereto.
  • 10) Two or more horses, oxen, or other beasts harnessed to the same vehicle for drawing, as to a coach, wagon, sled, or the like.
  • 11) Hence, a number of animals moving together.
  • 12) A group of young animals, especially of young ducks; a brood; a litter.
  • 13) A number of persons associated together in any work; a gang; especially, a number of persons selected to contend on one side in a match, or a series of matches, in a cricket, football, rowing, etc.
  • 14) (Zoöl.) A flock of wild ducks.
  • 15) two or more draft animals that work together to pull something
  • 16) a cooperative unit (especially in sports)
  • 17) Two or more horses, oxen, or other beasts harnessed together for drawing, as to a coach, chariot, wagon, cart, sleigh, or plow.
  • 18) Family; offspring; progeny.
  • 19) Race; lineage.
  • 20) A litter or brood; a pair.
  • 21) A number of persons associated, as for the performance of a definite piece of work, or forming one of the parties or sides in a game, match, or the like: as, a team of foot-ball or base-ball players.
  • 22) A number, series, or line of animals moving together; a flock.
  • 23) In Anglo-Saxon law, the right or franchise sometimes granted to compel holders of lost or stolen goods to give up the name of the person from whom they were received, by requiring such a holder to vouch to warranty. See vouch.
  • 24) In Eng. universities, the pupils of a coach, or private tutor.
  • 25) intransitive To form a group, as for sports or work.
  • 26) transitive To convey or haul with a team.
  • 27) form a team
  • 28) Todoworkwithateam.
  • 29) To harness or join together so as to form a team.
  • 30) To transport or haul with a draft team.
  • 31) To form a team or an association. Often used with up.
  • 32) To drive a team or truck.
  • 33) To engage in the occupation of driving a team of horses, cattle, or the like, as in conveying or hauling lumber, goods, etc.; to be a teamster.
  • 34) rare To convey or haul with a team.

Definitions

  • 1) To be prolific; to abound.
  • 2) To be stocked to overflowing
  • 3) archaic To empty.
  • 4) To pour (especially with rain)
  • 5) be teeming, be abuzz
  • 6) move in large numbers
  • 7) Anoldspellingofteam.
  • 8) Tothinkfit.
  • 9) Obsolete To be or become pregnant; bear young.
  • 10) To pour out or empty.
  • 11) To give birth to.
  • 12) To be full of things; abound or swarm.
  • 13) To rain hard or heavily; pour.
  • 14) To be full, or ready to bring forth; to be stocked to overflowing; to be prolific; to abound.
  • 15) To bring forth young, as an animal; to produce fruit, as a plant; to bear; to be pregnant; to conceive; to multiply.
  • 16) Obs. or Prov. Eng. To pour; -- commonly followed by out.
  • 17) Obs. or R. To think fit.
  • 18) rare To produce; to bring forth.
  • 19) (Steel Manuf.) To pour, as steel, from a melting pot; to fill, as a mold, with molten metal.

Examples

  • 1) Cheika is very good at pulling teams together through tough times.
  • 2) The team asked both groups how often they did various online activities.
  • 3) We have got to work as a team to progress and get better.
  • 4) The team spent two years amassing evidence from witnesses.
  • 5) It is an individual game played by teams.
  • 6) We expect the management team to secure a turnaround in momentum.
  • 7) teams can also earn bonus goals for the number of people in the team who have lost weight.
  • 8) He would always assist British teams and investigators when they came here to search.
  • 9) There was only one team in it in the second half - and that was us.
  • 10) And there is only one woman tough enough to make the GB team.
  • 11) That sort of takeover typically brings in a fresh management team.
  • 12) You will have positive links with a sports team or a group of entertainers.
  • 13) Spain deserves it for the people and this team.
  • 14) Our consultants work in teams and have to support each other.
  • 15) There is considerable doubt that the national team will provide anything like enough dazzle for that.
  • 16) The students work in small teams on projects for clients.
  • 17) Then there were the two beautifully worked team goals.
  • 18) They have the problem getting their team together.
  • 19) There was only one team for the job.
  • 20) It was a pretty poor game from both teams.
  • 21) There are more than two good teams in some of the groups.
  • 22) Winning a place on a team stirs a family celebration.
  • 23) British teams are more equipped to be successful than they were in the past.
  • 24) You cannot win them in the first month with a new team.
  • 25) The experience of the past three seasons suggests teams should go all out to win the group.
  • 26) We always used to make a good team.
  • 27) That is the task of the management team.
  • 28) This is a fantastic moment for this team and this group of players.
  • 29) Set it up so the team works alongside people from the urban church.
  • 30) Her advice would be to hire a team of four consultants for a council of this size.
  • 31) His short spell in charge of the national team came near the end of his life.
  • 32) But teams are working on growing them.
  • 33) The draw did this to the two best league teams.
  • 34) Pluto plus the sun make a dream team in your home chart and could deliver exciting family news.
  • 35) He also made the New Zealand schools team and did very well academically.
  • 36) According to Claudio Luti, President of Kartell, “The Kartell-Tokujin team is founded on the creativity of both partners, on the brandʼs expertise and on the designerʼs poetry which goes far beyond technical brilliance.”
  • 37) Like a tag team in a pro-wrestling match, Rep. Darrell Issa R-Calif. took over Chaffetz's line of pointed questions and assertions after a break for a vote on the House floor.
  • 38) So I was arranging a tag team of three back-up sitters—not a simple logistical dance.
  • 39) If you are into the YA genre check out the Casts, and if you are an adult who likes racy check out J.R. Ward (not that the entire admin team is plotting to attend a J.R. Ward signing or anything like that.)
  • 40) Successful producers who have remixed tunes for artists including John Legend, 50 Cent, and Kid Cudi, the tag team are busy these days on their own material.
  • 41) "Especially in these early weeks, the public will bet the name team over the small team," said Jeff Stoneback, the Mirage's sports-book manager.
  • 42) "I've said to Ryan, we'll do a tag team thing," Deeley said deviously.
  • 43) Their tag team approach was evident and formidable to many in the room.
  • 44) ‘For the most part, hockey is truly a team game in a sports world that sells individuals.’
  • 45) ‘Sports stars have been invited to visit the borough schools in a bid to promote team games and competitive sports.’
  • 46) ‘Rather, it is the level that separates whether a player helps his team win or lose games.’
  • 47) ‘If team sports and ball games are not your thing, the romance of swords, and bows and arrows may appeal.’
  • 48) ‘Our game is the toughest team sport in the world and success has to be earned the hard way.’
  • 49) ‘There are also many games in which players are split into teams which compete against each other.’
  • 50) ‘Pate now reads the sports pages everyday to keep up-to-date with the latest teams, games and players.’
  • 51) ‘The crowd at the port city turned out to be the most sporting, with players of both teams applauded for good cricket.’
  • 52) ‘The mixed bag was welcome start to the season, with many new players of the home team playing their first game.’
  • 53) ‘That doesn't seem fair to players on teams that don't qualify for post-season games.’
  • 54) ‘Cricket is a team game and yet on this tour too many players have hidden or avoided responsibility.’
  • 55) ‘In this case, each player in a team plays a separate game with one of the opposing pair.’
  • 56) ‘In a very competitive game both teams played some brilliant football.’
  • 57) ‘Previous England rugby sides, and England teams in many other sports, would have crumbled under the weight of such errors.’
  • 58) ‘Guiseley have had a big influx of players for all their teams at pre-season training.’
  • 59) ‘The feature also discusses the great games, teams, and players of the tournament through the years.’
  • 60) ‘This money is then paid into a pool, which is then paid out to players from each team in every game as weekly bonuses.’
  • 61) ‘Women's sport, especially in team games, is yet to provide the same appeal as men's.’
  • 62) ‘Each team member played six games, earning a point for a win and half a point for a draw.’
  • 63) ‘Players win games, and when teams have the right coach in the right situation, they win titles.’
  • 64) ‘The council has won a pledge of £200,000 to put together a team of people to shape the future of the West End.’
  • 65) ‘Now we see him together with a team of fifty people execute a plan and successfully separate the twin girls.’
  • 66) ‘This is despite the considerable efforts of a team of would-be rescuers.’
  • 67) ‘The move will mean two paid staff will lose their jobs and a team of 11 volunteer workers will be left without a cause to help.’
  • 68) ‘So it was good to be out on the water, with a team of people and be forced to put the work in.’
  • 69) ‘They should have a proven ability to lead a team of people, be self-motivated and adaptable.’
  • 70) ‘The nation-wide search to find a team of new journalists was run during the summer and was a huge success.’
  • 71) ‘Having said that I am going to run a very vigorous campaign and I have a team of workers anxious to get going.’
  • 72) ‘She stressed the city council was not abandoning archaeology and would still employ a team of archaeologists.’
  • 73) ‘With the exception of Lee Grantham they were part of a team of individuals who organised and carried out the execution.’
  • 74) ‘A team of seven people has already signed-up from the Gazette, but Sallie and Clive want to hear from you.’
  • 75) ‘This strategy said services should be provided by a team of specialists working together.’
  • 76) ‘A team of workers has just hit the streets to drop off leaflets, knock on doors and talk to local people about the new service.’
  • 77) ‘The gym will have state-of-the-art equipment and will be serviced by a team of specialist fitness staff.’
  • 78) ‘Twice the size of a normal bike, the bronze Fat Boy Harley has been made by a team of eight workers and taken six months to complete.’
  • 79) ‘Australia was a penal settlement at the time, and a team of convict labourers were set about the task.’
  • 80) ‘Each day a team of 30 staff start work at 6am to try to keep the Harrogate District free of litter.’
  • 81) ‘We got a team of people trying to get the documentation that will tell us what came down.’
  • 82) ‘The Association is managed by a team of full time staff who report to a voluntary board of directors.’
  • 83) ‘A team of lawyers and staff from Hammonds have devoted time and energy to fund-raising.’
  • 84) ‘When Brad Pitt left Jennifer Aniston and later set up home with Angelina Jolie, women across the U.S. wore T-shirts declaring them members of 'team Aniston' or 'team Jolie'.’
  • 85) ‘The opening address of the MC for the evening asked the audience to align themselves with either "team Edward" or " team Jacob".’
  • 86) ‘I don't see a lot of rabid Monkees fans declaring themselves members of team Tork or team Dolenz.’
  • 87) ‘team Firth all the way!’
  • 88) ‘So team Dimitri Or team Adrian? Personally I'm team Christian!’
  • 89) ‘I'm going to see Twilight Eclipse this weekend - so excited! Go team EDWARD!’
  • 90) ‘Are you team Dog or team Cat?’
  • 91) ‘The backup's completed and the battery is still at 15% - way to go team netbook!’
  • 92) ‘Fans wearing 'team Cheryl' T-shirts delivered flowers to the star's home this weekend.’
  • 93) ‘The latter seating four adults plus the driver and was pulled by a team of horses.’
  • 94) ‘The rigid collar and tandem harness allowed teams to pull with equal strength and greater efficiency.’
  • 95) ‘The CFD was also fully mobilized using fire wagons pulled by horse teams.’
  • 96) ‘Throughout the war years hay was cut and raked with horse teams pulling the equipment.’
  • 97) ‘Two teams of horses pulled each wagon and each driver had a crossbow rider with him.’
  • 98) ‘I don't know about you, but I'm not about to trade in my minivan for a buggy and a team of horses any time soon.’
  • 99) ‘Four months later he brought a team of horses to the Festival and landed the new juvenile handicap hurdle with Dabiroun.’
  • 100) ‘It must have seemed strange driving a team of horses pushing a machine from behind, but I suppose they soon got used to it.’
  • 101) ‘That shadow passing in front of the moon, was that a team of reindeer pulling a sleigh through the sky?’
  • 102) ‘Who would have thought that not even two teams of the strongest horses would be able to pull apart hemispheres enclosing a near vacuum?’
  • 103) ‘He used an old steam boiler, filled with rocks, which was pulled by a horse or bullock team.’
  • 104) ‘Celebration was order of the day for Clare Chappelhow and her team of horses at Blackdyke.’
  • 105) ‘Once pursed, the entire seine then had to be hauled ashore by teams of men and horses.’
  • 106) ‘It was also reckoned to take three years to train the teams of men and horses effectively.’
  • 107) ‘He jiggled the reigns and clucked at his team of midnight-black horses.’
  • 108) ‘His team pulled the sled deep into the night, Jason shouting orders left and right while he stood on the runners at the back of the sled.’
  • 109) ‘Romon called over his shoulder as he clucked the team of horses into motion.’
  • 110) ‘Before examining groups and teams in animal societies, it is important to understand both the nature of work and tasks.’
  • 111) ‘In winter, teams of horses dragged sledges loaded with cut logs across frozen lakes.’
  • 112) ‘Snow and dirt fly from the horses' hooves as teams of horses rocket down a frozen, snow-covered track.’
  • 113) ‘He and Wazzock have decided to team up with the common goal of inflicting some misery on the troubled teenager.’
  • 114) ‘They quickly touched on how much they had in common and agreed to team up.’
  • 115) ‘The children's charity has teamed up with the Federation of Small Businesses and the British Chamber of Commerce to promote family friendly workplaces.’
  • 116) ‘And to promote the message the force has teamed up with furniture giant IKEA which is offering free timer switches to students.’
  • 117) ‘Nassau County police teamed up with federal immigration agents to make these arrests.’
  • 118) ‘Victim Support in West Yorkshire has teamed up with the force's Major Crime Unit for the Street Crime Project.’
  • 119) ‘He has recently teamed up with former band member Stewart Bowman for the first time in 30 years and completed a CD which will be sold for charity.’
  • 120) ‘This year, Shimano has teamed up with the League to promote the event, offering free commuter kits in fourteen selected cities.’
  • 121) ‘The Consumer Federation of America has teamed up with the Ford Foundation to help teach families how to save.’
  • 122) ‘Dustin joined and teamed up with Jeremy and Christon, as the headed towards Salt Sands.’
  • 123) ‘His dad played in the Country Band and Brendan joined them as a teenager and then later teamed up with the Kieran Kelly's Ceili Band along with his old school pal Johnny Dawson.’
  • 124) ‘Following a run of five pantomimes at that time, Austin Flood, who had played the dame in those shows, went off to join the army, and Joe then teamed up with Tom Palmer.’
  • 125) ‘The 60-strong choir has this time teamed up with the renowned Hepworth Brass Band which will set up in Holmfirth in 1882.’
  • 126) ‘In July 1965 John and Rod teamed up with Brian Auger and his band, plus singer Julie Driscoll, to form The Steam Packet.’
  • 127) ‘Tri said the Army had teamed up with the Navy and Air Force to conduct regular operations against smuggling on Sumatra.’
  • 128) ‘Though very good as individuals, they never achieved true greatness until one teamed up with the other.’
  • 129) ‘By 1803, he had teamed up with Robert Emmet and together they planned another insurrection.’
  • 130) ‘Weber teamed up with the Lutzes to put the story together.’
  • 131) ‘Combining music and theater the NSO teamed up with If Kids Theater Company, turning a flute concerto into a fairy tale fantasy.’
  • 132) ‘Limerick's Tim Rice teamed up with Ballard early in 2004 and was so impressed that he passed on his impressions to another aspiring Irishman.’
  • 133) ‘At Prada, Miuccia Prada teamed her narrow suits with a tie into a leu in a bit of East-meets-West kind of gimmickry.’
  • 134) ‘The orange trouser suit was teamed with her trademark saucy shoes: embellished pointy ankle boots.’
  • 135) ‘Cosmo tells us the safe way to wear animal print is to team a leopard print top with black pants and stilettos.’
  • 136) ‘The horses are teamed in pairs, the drivers mounted on the near horses.’

Examples

  • 1) The place would be teeming with people and they'd get a return.
  • 2) The fantasy of oceans teeming with life is tantalisingly achievable.
  • 3) If the universe is teeming with planets it could also be teeming with life.
  • 4) What all three find on their return are prosperous islands bathed in summer sunshine and teeming with wildlife.
  • 5) The terminal was teeming with people, which made our final moments more hazardous.
  • 6) The hotel had about 65 bedrooms and was always teeming with people.
  • 7) Sao Paulo itself is a teeming place.
  • 8) These are portraits of a different kind, of a river and its teeming life.
  • 9) Despite the violence, large parts of the city are clogged with traffic and teeming with life.
  • 10) But all the same, the place is jumping with birds and already teeming with life.
  • 11) This means no fires on land and no fishing offshore, so the island is teeming with life.
  • 12) I can only see it getting better as it's teeming with small fish for the future.
  • 13) This area, once teeming with life, is dead.
  • 14) Other areas, once teeming neighbourhoods, would effectively be abandoned.
  • 15) This was the world's fourth largest lake, teeming with fish.
  • 16) Fish and foul The river's filthy but teeming with fish.
  • 17) This year's challenge took place in teeming rain and wind, making it a serious test.
  • 18) This is the wettest and wildest landscape in Britain, teeming with wildlife.
  • 19) Despite the lack of shops, the street is teeming with life on a February weekday.
  • 20) The whole city was decked out with the red and white colours of Bayern, and the place was teeming with fans.
  • 21) When they reach the top, he extends his arm in an expansive gesture to encompass the teeming wildlife, white sands and shimmering azure sea visible below.
  • 22) The result is a wilderness of ethereal beauty, teeming with wildlife that regards human beings as curious oddities, and a haunting loneliness that is almost tangible.
  • 23) The streets around the Jardin teem with restaurants and artisan shops.
  • 24) The words of Father John A. Conway, S.J. (in the preface to Fr. von Hammerstein's work, "Edgar, or from Atheism to the Full Truth") may well be quoted in this connection: "Who can read the words that teem from the German
  • 25) Satyam you brought up Shakespeare; let me add Joyce: much as I love Ulysses and Leopold Bloom, the novel does not "teem".
  • 26) Even the likes of Ghajini do not "teem" the way a really high-quality masala movie would; and the likes of Bhansali provoke death-by-stupefaction at the juxtaposition of the cavernous interiors and mere handful of characters.
  • 27) Immaculate and often monochrome, his paintings teem with an all but inscrutable iconography of personal history.
  • 28) ‘The streets teem with hustling, bustling humanity, hag-like beggar women, street urchins and drunken revellers urinating against inn walls, all rubbing shoulders with the gentry in their smart clothes and carriages.’
  • 29) ‘The streets of Saigon teem with people, noises, and smells like no other city in Asia.’
  • 30) ‘Today, the same streets teem with chic shops and restaurants, and many of the old factories have been converted into fancy apartments.’
  • 31) ‘Its 24 acres teem with wildlife and offer a haven from the rush and bustle of a tourist city.’
  • 32) ‘With more than six billion people now inhabiting the planet, will we ever again see a time when whales fill the seas and the oceans teem with life?’
  • 33) ‘At times it was like being in a Mayfair disco or Warhol Happening, as drawings, photographs and digital images slowly teemed, swarmed, morphed and mutated over walls and ceilings.’
  • 34) ‘The park is more commonly associated with the restorative powers of its 2,000 rose garden, teeming wildlife and hay meadows.’
  • 35) ‘Located in a street teeming with Italian restaurants, the beauty of this place is they'll always manage to squeeze you in somehow.’
  • 36) ‘I imagine Vancouver will be different, its streets teeming with people from all over the world.’
  • 37) ‘On a visit to Calcutta he was walking with her down a street teeming with poor people when he asked her how she could hope to make a difference.’
  • 38) ‘The street outside was teeming and the other places I peered into all looked equally packed.’
  • 39) ‘The city's streets teemed with people looking for entertainment, and he took advantage of the large audience, putting on 33 shows in three weeks.’
  • 40) ‘I drove down streets that once teemed with life and now are ruined wastelands.’
  • 41) ‘Streets that once teemed with activity were now more silent than a graveyard.’
  • 42) ‘A couple of cats can do much less damage than a teeming apartment full of them.’
  • 43) ‘Aristide hasn't ventured out into the teeming streets, though officials say he is free to come and go.’
  • 44) ‘As I step on to its teeming streets, I begin to understand his words, for the very pulse of this city can be felt instantly.’
  • 45) ‘Venture out onto the teeming high street if you dare and the true nature of Camden will be revealed.’
  • 46) ‘Passing trade from the teeming streets is thus discouraged.’
  • 47) ‘In the deep sea, where it's too dark for photosynthesis, the water teems with crabs, fish, jellyfish, mollusks, and other life-forms.’
  • 48) ‘So hard was the rain teeming down on Friday that play on the famous golf course was called off before 3pm.’
  • 49) ‘The residents were piling up sodden carpets and furniture by the roadside, with the rain still teeming down.’
  • 50) ‘I could have smashed the bottle on the concrete front doorstep, but the rain was teeming down and I would get wet again.’
  • 51) ‘It was a very watery first half with the rain teeming down on the players.’
  • 52) ‘The rain teemed down as both teams took to the pitch and while it didn't dampen the jovial atmosphere at the ground, it did make for a frustrating sixty minutes of football for both teams.’
  • 53) ‘Unfortunately the rain teemed down and a few rosy painted cheeks started to drip!’
  • 54) ‘The event became even more surreal as the heavens opened and a monsoon rain teemed down, but the boxing went on regardless.’
  • 55) ‘The rain teemed down her face but she seemed not to care and her soaked clothes stuck to her body.’
  • 56) ‘They stood face to face under the balcony in the moonlight as the blustery rain teemed around them.’
  • 57) ‘And though it may have been teeming down outside, we were grateful we weren't one of the brave few toughing it out under canvas.’
  • 58) ‘When I got outside the store, I found that it was now absolutely teeming with rain and the wind was blowing half a gale.’
  • 59) ‘Unfortunately it was the first real night of winter and rain teemed down intermittently.’
  • 60) ‘But alas, the June day teemed with rain and the street parties had to retreat indoors.’
  • 61) ‘Standing all day with the cattle was hard enough but if it was teeming rain, the big heavy coats of the time soaked the water and felt like a tonne weight by evening.’
  • 62) ‘It teemed rain from once we set foot on the trail, the underfoot conditions were such that it was like wading through a soft riverbed, it was blowing a gale in the valleys and a hurricane up top.’
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