A group of young animals, especially of young ducks; a brood; a litter.
Hence, a number of animals moving together.
Two or more horses, oxen, or other beasts harnessed to the same vehicle for drawing, as to a coach, wagon, sled, or the like.
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.
A flock of wild ducks.
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.
|Team (v. i.)|
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.
|Team (v. t.)|
To convey or haul with a team; as, to team lumber.
Cable system of Kenya
Nonprofit educational corporation focusing on medieval studies
Group linked in a common purpose
Small military unit
|Example Sentence (Quote)|
" Elle Stevenson: (after Lord Sugar moves the teams back to girls vs. boys) I'm glad we got rid of Brett 'cause he's bald." - The Apprentice (UK)