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team-mate in Sport topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishteam-mateˈteam-mate British English, teammate /ˈtiːm-meɪt/ ●○○ noun [countable]  DSPLAY A GAME OR SPORTsomeone who belongs to the same team as you He finished just ahead of his Ferrari team-mate.
Examples from the Corpus
team-mateAlec and he became friends and team-mates.On February 6,1958, Gregg saw many friends and team-mates die in that fateful crash which stunned the nation.In other matches skippers Kim Barnett and Mark Benson scored centuries but were badly let down by their team-mates.Mansell dominated from pole position and never lost the lead, finishing nearly 10 seconds ahead of Williams team-mate, Riccardo Patrese.Or quicker still, send a couple of nifty passes upfield - and you soon learn where your team-mates are.