But I think Steve Austin has to team up with a Japanese holdout to stop a nuclear bomb from going off or something.
It was Ryan, who, during morning workouts in the gym, suggested that the two team up.
In this clip, Ellen chats with guest Selena Gomez about how fun it would be to team up and prank fellow singer Taylor Swift.
One thing is certain: if they team up for a presidential run, Barack Obama is in trouble.
If he chose to team up with the administration, some in the party would deem him a sellout.
Then Mekolka brings the team up to the edge and holds his toor—the long driving pole—across them to make them stand evenly.
The rest of you can team up any way you want tonight, pick any route that's open.
Tyler did not believe in working a team up to the very last minute, and never had his men on the field the day before a big game.
And now he made himself a sledge, threw his team up in the air, and drove off.
She sat still until he pulled the team up close beside her and looked down with a smile.
Old English team "set of draft animals yoked together," from Proto-Germanic *taumaz (cf. Old Norse taumr, Old Frisian tam, Dutch toom, Old High German zoum, German Zaum "bridle"), probably literally "that which draws," from *taugmaz "action of drawing," from series *taukh-, *tukh-, *tug-, represented by Old English togian "to pull, drag" (see tow), from PIE *deuk- "pull" (related to Latin ducere "to lead;" see duke (n.)). Applied to people in Old English, especially "group of people acting together to bring suit." Team spirit is recorded from 1928. Team player attested from 1886, originally in baseball.
1550s, "to harness beasts in a team," from team (n.). The meaning "to come together as a team" (usually with up) is attested from 1932. Related: Teamed; teaming.
To join together in some effort; buddy up (1956+)