English version

teamwork

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishteamworkteam‧work /ˈtiːmwɜːk $ -wɜːrk/ ●○○ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 TOGETHERwhen a group of people work effectively together 🔊 We want to encourage good teamwork and communication.
Examples from the Corpus
teamworkYou hear a lot about teams and teamwork.Success comes from hard work, dedication, teamwork, discipline.Dan emphasized teamwork from the frontlines straight to the top.The need for good teamwork is now being recognised as essential.Serious crimes investigations were a matter of teamwork, in order to reduce the possibility of personal error.It allows relatively inexpert people to communicate the gravity of the problem to others so teamwork can be handled sensibly.Ray was pleased with the response of Inroads staff to the teamwork evenings.
From Longman Business Dictionaryteamworkteam‧work /ˈtiːmwɜːk-wɜːrk/ noun [uncountable]HUMAN RESOURCES the ability of a group of people to work well togetherSuccess has come from effective teamwork.There is an emphasis on teamwork in the company.
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