team

listen to the pronunciation of team
Englisch - Türkisch
ekip

Seni ekiple tanıştıracağım. - I'll introduce you to the team.

Ekipte olmaktan memnunum. - I like being on the team.

takım

Yumi Ishiyama, Lyoko takımının en yaşlı üyesidir. - Yumi Ishiyama is the oldest member of Team Lyoko.

İspanya, 2010 FIFA Dünya Kupası'nın galibi oldu ve millî takım logosu ilk yıldızını kazandı. - Spain has won the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the national team logo gains the first star.

takım oluşturmak
ask
(Askeri) mürettebat
çift
{f} takım oluştur

Biz mükemmel bir takım oluşturacaktık. - We'd make a perfect team.

İkiniz mükemmel bir takım oluşturuyorsunuz. - You two make a great team.

aynı aracı çeken hayvanlar
türküm
{i} 1. takım; ekip; ask. tim: Their soccer team's doing well this year. Bu sene onların futbol takımı iyi oynuyor. They're a good team of
{i} koşum hayvanları
{i} tim

Güvenlik timi arabada bomba araması yaptı. - The security team checked the car for explosives.

Tom SWAT timinin bir üyesidir. - Tom is a member of the SWAT team.

{i} kuş sürüsü
(Askeri) TİM, EKİP: Karma bir teşkilat ve malzeme kadrosuna göre teşkil edilen küçük bir birlik veya müfreze Ayrıca bak "cell"
{f} takım kurmak
oyuncu takımı
team birlikte çalış
grup meydana getirmek
ördek sürüsü
takım; ekip; ask. tim: Their soccer team's doing well this year. Bu sene onların futbol takımı iyi oynuyor. They're a good team of
{f} koşmak (arabaya)
{f} takım halinde yapmak
arabaya koşulmuş bir veya birkaç at
takım atlatı sürmek
ekip kurmak
kol

Takımın en iyi adamı yaralanmasaydı, takımımız kolayca başarabilirdi. - Our team could easily have brought home the bacon, if it weren't for the team's best man being injured.

İlk oyunda takımımız takımınızı kolayca yenebilir. - Our team can easily beat your team in the first game.

grup

Ekip küçük gruplara ayrıldı. - The team was divided into smaller groups.

timi
takyiz
teami
team b
b takımı
team manager
(Bilgisayar) takım yöneticisi
team member
takım üyesi
team members
(Politika, Siyaset) tim görevlileri
team up
takım oluşturmak
team up
takım kurmak
team up
bir birlik oluşturmak
team up
takım olmak
team work
işbirliği
team work
(Politika, Siyaset,Teknik) takım çalışması
team accuracy landing
takım hedef atlayışı
team of
gurubu
team spirit
takım ruhu

Çalışma grubundaki iyi takım ruhu olumlu olarak değerlendirilir. - The good team spirit in the work group is valued positively.

Takım ruhu inanılmazdı, hepimiz birlikte bunun içindeydik. - The team spirit was unbelievable, we were all in this together.

team up
ekip çalışması yapmak
team up
birlikte çalışmak
team up
takım kur
team up with
ile birlikte çalışmak
team work
ekip çalışması
Team leader
(Spor) Takım kaptanı

She joined the school team last year, she is the team leader now.

team building
takım oluşturma
team bus
Takım otobüsü
team invasion
Takım halinde atak yapılan

Netball is a team invasion sport.

team leader
Takım lideri
team management
Takım yönetimi
team mate
takım arkadaşı
team of
takım
team player
takım adamı
team player
Takım oyuncusu
team spirit
grup ruhu
team sports
takım sporları
team teaching
grup öğretimi
team-based
takım bazlı
team-mate
takım arkadaşı
team development
(Ticaret) ekip geliştirme
team event
takım karşılaşması
team fall back
tim geri çekilin
team faul
(Spor) takım faulü
team fauls
(Spor) takım faulleri
team lists
(Bilgisayar) ekip listeleri
team mentality
takım anlayışı
team mentality
ekip anlayışı
team selling
(Ticaret) ekip ile satış
team spirit
takım ruhu, ekip ruhu, ekip halinde çalışma ruhu
team spirit
ekip ruhu
team spokesman
takım sözcüsü
team task
(Bilgisayar) takım görevi
team track
bağlantı hattı
team track
(Askeri) İLTİSAK HATTI: Bir son durak bölgesindeki hat. Burada, vagonlardan kamyonlara veya kamyonlardan vagonlara yükleme ve boşaltma yapılır ve yük, gönderen veya teslim alana ait depoya veya depodan buraya taşınır
team up
ekip oluşturmak
team up
katılmak
team up with
birlikte çalışmak
team web site
(Bilgisayar) ekip web sitesi
team work
(Askeri) İŞBİRLİĞİ, EKİP ÇALIŞMASI
technical assistance field team
(Askeri) teknik yardım sahra timi
technical support team
teknik destek ekibi
boat team
(Askeri) bot timi
combat control team
(Askeri) muharebe kontrol timi
core team
çekirdek ekip
expert team
uzman ekip
home team
(Bahis) evsahibi takım
inspection team
denetim ekibi
junior team
(Spor) küçük takım
landing team
(Askeri) çıkarma timi
opponent team
(Spor) karşı takım
security team
(Askeri) emniyet timi
special team
özel tim
strike team
vurucu ekip
surgical team
(Askeri) cerrahi ekip
team up
birlik olmak
united states country team
(Askeri) abd ülke temsil heyeti
which team do you suport
hangi takımlısın
which team do you support
hangi takımlısın
which team do you support?
hangi takımı tutuyorsun?
working team
(Ticaret) çalışma grubu
a team of
gurubu
baseball team
beysbol takımı
basketball team
basketbol takımı
commando team
komando timi
first team
ilk takım
football team
futbol takımı
operation research team
yöneylem araştırma takımı
Take One for the Team
(deyim) Diğerleri için fedakarlıkta bulunmak
a team player
Bir takım oyuncusu
armored brigade-combat-team
zırhlı tugay muharebe takımı
away team
(Spor) deplasman takımı
dream team
rüya takım
emergency response team
Âcil müdahale ekibi
emergency welfare team
acil yardım ekibi
excellent team
mükemmel takım
farm team
çiftlik takım
fire support team
ateş destek ekibi
incident response team
Âcil müdahale ekibi
make the team
takım yapmak
opposing team
(Spor) rakip takım
receivables team leadership
alacaklar ekip liderliği
reserve team
rezerv takım
salvage team
kurtarma ekibi
second team
(Spor) Genç takım

He is in the second team.

swat team
SWAT timi
tag team
etiketi takım
teams
ekipler
the a team
bir takım
the a-team
a-team
third person singular of to team
üçüncü kişi takım için tekil
virtual team
Bir görevi başarmak amacında olan, bilgisayar teknolojileri arayıcılığıyla fiziksel olarak uzak noktalardan birbirleriyle bağlantı kuran her bir takım
winner team
kazanan takım
Marine expeditionary force (MEF) weather support team; mission support team
(Askeri) Deniz seferi kuvveti (MEF) meteoroloji destek timi; görev destek timi
emergency service team; emergency support team (FEMA); en route support team
(Askeri) acil durum hizmet takımı; acil durum destek takımı (FEMA); yol destek takımı
integrated planning team; integrated process team; Integrated Product Team
(Askeri) birleşik planlama takımı; birleşik işlem takımı; Birleşik Ürün Grubu
tactical analysis team; technical assistance team
(Askeri) taktik analiz timi; teknik yardım timi
teaming
ekip haline gelme
Englisch - Englisch
A set of draught animals, such as two horses in front of a carriage

The adjacent alleys were choked with tethered wagons, the teams reversed and nuzzling gnawed corn-ears over the tail-boards.

Any group of people involved in the same activity, especially referring to sports and work
To form a group, as for sports or work

They teamed to complete the project.

{n} cattle or horses attached to a cart, sled, waggon stock, number
There are ten swimmers on a team, only eight of whom swim in a routine Different sets of eight athletes may swim in the technical routine and the free routine
You can refer to any group of people who work together as a team. Each specialist consultant has a team of doctors under him. to put two things or people together, because they will look good or work well together team sth with sth
a cooperative unit
A flock of wild ducks
At least 40% of the housing units in these developments must be rented to low-income persons and families who meet Income Limits set by HUD and the Tenant Selection Criteria Families meeting the Tenant Selection Criteria, regardless of their income, may rent the remaining units The owner may at its option choose to restrict all or any potion of these market rate units to low income persons and families No rent subsidy is offered for these units Rents for the units in these developments tent to be lower than other rental housing units because of MSHDA financing
A set of draught animals, like two horses in front of a carriage
Two or more pairs playing in different directions at different tables, but for a common score (applicable regulations may permit teams of more than four members)
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 group of individuals coming together through consensus to achieve agreed upon objectives or results Teams may be comprised of employees of USAID and/or other federal agencies, partners, customers, and contractors A team may or may not exist as an official organization unit When serving as an organization unit, it functions within a bureau, independent office or mission, as a Level II or below organization (Chapter 102)
n close-knit crew, company, gang, squad, contingent, corps People co-operating and combining their efforts to achieve a common goal
any group of people TASKED to work on a common project No longer confined to sport
{s} of a group; of a crew
A group that performs a specified and limited number of activities
A group of people that work together toward a common goal
{f} harness, hitch
A group of young animals, especially of young ducks; a brood; a litter
two or more draft animals that work together to pull something a cooperative unit form a team; "We teamed up for this new project
Teams must consist of a minimum of four couples and the moves must consist of partner dance moves   All adagio figures are allowed and costumes are recommended   Music is provided by the competitors   Moves must be valid Hand Dance moves   Up to three 'Break Aways' are allowed but cannot exceed 8 beats of music each   Performance duration not to exceed four (4) minutes
To form a sports or work group
An ATS team is a group of two or more persons who interact dynamically and interdependently with assigned specific roles, functions and responsibilities They have to adapt continuously to each other to ensure the establishment of a safe, orderly and expeditious flow of air traffic
A group of people that share a purpose or task and depend on each other over an extended period of time to succeed
A group of students working together In the Junior, Middle and Senior divisions, a team will consist of four students Primary division teams may include any number and teachers often involve their whole class in this A community Problem Solving Team may have any number of members although only nine students would be invited to the National Finals
{i} group, crew; selected group; cart pulled by hitched horses
The group of people that has assigned professional responsibilities at OpenMute
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
A team is used for grouping people based on a common function Users in a team usually belong to different groups, but are assigned to activities for the same project, thereby allowing them to be viewed as one team Therefore, the team feature facilitates the creation, tracking and assignment of a group of people based on the project they have been assigned to Each team is identified by its name (ID and description are optional) and can be divided into sub-teams
two or more draft animals that work together to pull something
Definition: The most advanced form of a community is a team The members of a team know each other and are cooperating to achieve a common goal sharing some artefacts they are working on, e g a jointly edited document [Schlichter et al, 1998] Definition: "A number of persons associated in some joint action" [Webster]
That group of persons who participate or manage the participation in the product development project Frequently each team member represents a function, department, or specialty, and together they provide the full set of capabilities needed to complete the project, in which case they are referred to as a multifunctional team
Specified combinations of the same kind and type of resources, with common communications and a leader
to be a teamster
is a group of software developers working together on a set of projects and sharing a set of common working environments
Hence, a number of animals moving together
To convey or haul with a team; as, to team lumber
Two or more persons who must coordinate with each other in order to get some task done They must also interact with and influence each other in order to accomplish that task
form a team; "We teamed up for this new project"
Total Employer Account Management
The Team (Director, Chairman, and Staff) manages W3C Activities and establishes the mechanisms and procedures for doing so
A group of individuals organized to work together to accomplish a specific objective
To engage in the occupation of driving a team of horses, cattle, or the like, as in conveying or hauling lumber, goods, etc
A team is a group of people who play a particular sport or game together against other similar groups of people. The team failed to qualify for the African Nations Cup finals He had lost his place in the England team
1 The two skaters performing together in a pairs program 2 The group of skaters performing together in a fours program 3 The group of skaters performing together in a precision team program
a producer modeled as a cohesive group of roles (or aggregation of component teams) that collaborates to perform the tasks comprising the workflows that produce a cohesive collection of work products Contrast with role and tool
Two or more horses, oxen, or other beasts harnessed to the same vehicle for drawing, as to a coach, wagon, sled, or the like
Two or more people working interdependently toward a common goal and a shared reward
team competition
A competition where the opponents are not individuals but (usually matched) teams, as in team sports

Academic games played as a team competition lower the threshold for shy individuals and promote school spirit.

team player
A person who can function effectively as part of a group of individuals, sharing information and striving towards a common goal
team players
plural form of team player
team pursuit
A discipline in track cycling where two opposing teams of up to 4 cyclists start on opposite sides of the track and try to catch their opponents, or get a faster time over a pre-decided distance
team sport
A sport competed between two teams each with two or more players
team sports
plural form of team sport
team up
To join into a team, or into teams
team up with
To associate with another in a joint enterprise

The ice cream shop teamed up with the cookie and brownie place next door to create wonderful sundaes.

team-mates
Alternative spelling of teammates
team-mates
plural form of team-mate
team-sport
Attributive form of team sport, noun
team player
A person who plays or works well as a member of a team
team building
Helping team members function effectively to achieve goals
team building
The process of influencing a group of diverse individuals, each with their own goals, needs, and perspectives, to work together effectively for the good of the project such that their team will accomplish more than the sum of their individual efforts could otherwise achieve
team building
An effort to increase the effectiveness of work teams by improving interpersonal processes, goal clarification, and role clarification
team building
An effort to increase the effectiveness of work teams by improving interpersonal processes, goal clarification, and role clarification [16]
team captain
player that leads a team
team foul
One of a stipulated number of personal fouls allowed for a team in a given period of play before the opposing team is granted a bonus free throw for each personal foul
team handball
A game played between two teams of seven players each, the object being to throw the ball into a hockeylike goal at either end of the rectangular court. The ball is moved by dribbling and passing with the hands
team member
person who is a part of a team, partner; member of a sports team
team members
members of the crew; people who are part of the team
team player
person who works well as part of a team in a cooperative manner, person who plays well as part of a team
team player
approval If you refer to someone as a team player, you mean that they work well with other people in order to achieve things. someone who works well as a member of a team, especially in business
team spirit
Team spirit is the feeling of pride and loyalty that exists among the members of a team and that makes them want their team to do well or to be the best. willingness to work as part of a team
team spirit
group spirit, cooperative spirit, readiness from the team to put forth a combined effort, "all for one and one for all" attitude
team spirit
the spirit of a group that makes the members want the group to succeed
team sport
a sport that involves competition between teams of players; "baseball is a team sport by golf is not
team sports
{i} sports that are played between rival teams (such as: basketball, baseball, soccer, etc.)
team teaching
A method of classroom instruction in which several teachers combine their individual subjects into one course which they teach as a team to a single group of students
team teaching
means several educators co-operating within the teaching process
team teaching
Two or more teachers cooperatively planning, teaching, and evaluating the progress of their students
team teaching
When teachers collaborate and jointly teach a group of students
team teaching
two teachers working together jointly to develop, plan and teach a lesson
team up
join in a team, work together, cooperate
team up
form a team; "We teamed up for this new project"
team up
If you team up with someone, you join them in order to work together for a particular purpose. You can also say that two people or groups team up. Elton teamed up with Eric Clapton to wow thousands at a Wembley rock concert Recently a friend suggested that we team up for a working holiday in Europe in the summer
team work
joint action by a group of people
team work
You do the work, I get the credit
team work
The action or effort of people working together as a group
team work
The team work leads to a spirit of cooperation, coordination and commonly understood procedures and mores
team-mate
In a game or sport, your team-mates are the other members of your team. someone who belongs to the same team as you
A team
The best of a set of teams in a single club

The A team are playing away this Saturday.

A team
The best team; a very good team

It looks like the A team are on duty tonight - I've never seen the hall cleared so quickly!.

A-team
A collection of the best talent

The company had an A-team of rising stars on the task force.

away team
The visiting team; the team that is playing away from home

He found no differences between home and away team performances when spectators cheered before the start of a play.

bat for the other team
To be homosexual
bubble team
A team on the bubble for an upcoming tournament

The Knights are everybody's favorite bubble team this year.

double-team
To deal with or handle a task or individual person by using a team of two people

Obama . . . accused the Clintons of double-teaming him on the campaign trail. I can't tell who I'm running against sometimes, he said.

double-team
In sports involving offensive and defensive teams, to use two defensive players to guard against the movements of a single offensive player

On any given night, Pivotman Macauley was good for at least 18 points a game. But because L.I.U. double-teamed him (he had two men guarding him), he didn't bother to shoot much.

factory team
a team that is wholly or substantially owned and run by (or on behalf of) a car manufacturer, either by an in house organisation or an associated company
first team
The first-choice lineup of players in a team who start the game
home team
The team in a sport that's playing in the usual area that they play in, as opposed to the visitor team
kick off the team
In sports, to dismiss an athlete from a team, usually for misconduct, poor academic performance or other offenses

She got caught smoking again, and the coach decided to kick her off the team.

scratch team
A team, often brought together on a one-off basis, composed of players who normally play for different sides
special team
A group of football players with special assignments for plays other than standard offensive and defensive plays, those involving kicking
special team
A group of ice hockey players most often used during power plays consisting of more defensive players than usual on the team that was penalized in hopes of killing the penalty, or more offensive players than usual on the team with the advantage in players to increase the chance of scoring a goal
street team
A marketing team that operates in less structured settings to promote a product or brand

Get a street team who can handle online promotion and flyering.

tag team
Two people acting alternately to accomplish some task
tag-team
Performed by two or more people or groups working alternately

Both of them worked, so they practiced a sort of tag-team parenting, swapping mornings and afternoons when the kids weren’t in school.

take one for the team
To accept some chore or hardship for the sake of one's friends or colleagues
there's no I in team
Teamwork should focus on the needs of the team, not on the individual
tiger team
An engineering or other group assembled to tackle especially difficult or critical problems, often outside the normal chain of command
tiger team
A specialized group tasked with testing the effectiveness of an organization's ability to protect assets by attempting to circumvent, defeat or otherwise thwart that organization's internal and external security
visiting team
The team in a sport that has traveled out of its home area to play, as opposed to the home team
visitor team
Regional variation of visiting team; the team in a sport that's not playing in the usual area that they play in, as opposed to the home team
works team
an alternative term for a factory team
join the team
See: Join the club
country team
The senior, in-country, US coordinating and supervising body, headed by the chief of the US diplomatic mission, and composed of the senior member of each represented US department or agency, as desired by the chief of the US diplomatic mission
Take One for the Team
(deyim) Willingly act for the benefit of others
brigade combat team
(Askeri) The brigade combat team (BCT) is the basic deployable unit of maneuver in the US Army. A brigade combat team consists of one combat arms branch maneuver brigade, and its attached support and fire units. Brigade combat teams are generally commanded by a colonel (O-6), in some rare instances they will be commanded by a brigadier general. A brigade combat team carries with it support units necessary to sustain its operations separate from its parent division. BCTs contain organic artillery support, formerly received from the division artillery (DIVARTY)
emergency response team
An Emergency Response Team are the group of persons directly involved, and prepared for, a Emergency Incident
incident response team
An Incident Response Team are the group of persons directly involved, and prepared for, a Emergency Incident
virtual team
A virtual team (also known as a geographically dispersed team or GDT) is a group of individuals who work across time, space and organizational boundaries with links strengthened by webs of communication technology
teamed
Yoked in, or as in, a team
teamed
Associated with others in a team
teamed
past of team
teaming
The act or occupation of driving a team, or of hauling or carrying, as logs, goods, or the like, with a team
teaming
Contract work
teams
Third person singular of to team
teams
Plural of team
Türkisch - Englisch
sideline
team

    Türkische aussprache

    tim

    Aussprache

    /ˈtēm/ /ˈtiːm/

    Etymologie

    [ tEm ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English teme, from Old English tēam (“child-bearing, offspring, brood, set of draught animals”), from Proto-Germanic *taumáz (“that which draws or pulls”), *taugwmáz (“a pull, draught, tug, act of drawing”), from Proto-Germanic *taugianan, *tugójanan, *tiuχojanan, *tíuχanan (“to lead, bring, pull, draw”), from Proto-Indo-European *deuk- (“to pull, lead”). Cognate with Dutch toom (“bridle, reins, flock of birds”), German Zaum (“bridle”), Norwegian tømme (“bridle, rein”), Swedish töm (“leash, rein”). More at tie, tow.

    Tempora

    teams, teaming, teamed

    Videos

    ... So I got together with a few people and part of my team and ...
    ... And so Vivek's team starts to win ...

    Wort des Tages

    onychophagia
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