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teammate a member of the same team or group.
team player a team member who works for the good of the team, perhaps sacrificing his or her own personal interests or goals.
teamster one who drives a team or truck to transport goods, esp. as an occupation.
team teaching a method of instruction in which a group of teachers work cooperatively and integrate their subjects so as to give their students a broader perspective.
teamwork the work or coordinated effort of a team or group of people to produce a desired result.
tea party a small social gathering, usu. held in the late afternoon, at which tea and other refreshments are served.
teapot a covered pot with a spout and handle that is used to make and serve tea.
tear1 a drop of salty liquid produced in the eye which serves to cleanse and lubricate the surface of the eye and which is often produced in greater amounts when a person feels certain emotions, esp. sadness. [4 definitions]
tear2 to pull apart or into pieces. [12 definitions]
tear down to destroy or demolish (a standing structure).
teardrop one tear. [2 definitions]
tearful full of or accompanied by tears; crying. [2 definitions]
tear gas any of several chemicals that induce tears, eye irritation, or temporary blindness, used esp. in warfare or by police to quell riots.
tear-gas to hurl tear gas at, usu. in the form of grenades or projectiles.
tearjerker (informal) a sad or pathetic story, play, or the like.
tearless not crying. [2 definitions]
tearoom a restaurant that serves tea and other light refreshments.
tea rose a species of Chinese rose that bears fragrant yellow or pink flowers.
tear sheet a page torn from a magazine or the like, often used to prove to an advertiser that an advertisement was indeed published.
tear up2 to rip into small pieces or shreds.
tear up1 to begin to have tears in one's eyes, or, of eyes, to begin to fill with tears.