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teamnoun

  • ja〔共同で仕事をする〕チーム、班、団
  • ena group of people working together on a task, project, or in a sport

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Virgin does work very well without me.
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I mean, I used myself to build the brand, to build this sort of 300 or 400 companies around the world.
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But I also learned the art of delegation.
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I have a fantastic team of people who run the Virgin companies.
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I give them a lot of freedom to run the companies as if they were their own companies.
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I give them the freedom to make mistakes.
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Listen, this is just going to be a friendly game, right?
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We are all on the same team here.
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Dunder Mifflin team.
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Of course, if you beat us, you're fired.
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That's a joke.
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Every 10 or 15 years, there is a new major platform that comes along.
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I do think virtual reality is going to be that, with augmented reality.
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And the Oculus team are just the best folks that are years ahead of everyone else, in terms of building this.
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And it's really exciting and an honor to work with them on this.
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We need a new coach, Jack.
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You’re the first person I thought of.
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Is the team any good?
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No.
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In fact, the last time we made the playoffs?
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Back when you were playing.
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We had been working day and night.
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These were pretty maniacal days in terms of "work was everything."
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Even, you know—
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I didn't believe in weekends or vacations.
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The team, pretty broadly, had worked super, super hard.
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Liam's got bad knees.
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You hit him right and he'll go down like a lamp.
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But Liam's on my team.
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I don't care. You just get them!
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I'm gonna go get them!
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We're sending a man that works in an office to pick something up.
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You are part of a babysitting team,
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watching his family while he does it.
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Good morning.
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Are you in or out?
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Good.
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Let's meet your team.
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Each member is chosen for his or her own completely unique set of abilities.
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I love advertising.
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I love this industry,
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like the guys that work in our team at BK, same thing.
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We don't even get jealous, to be honest.
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We just want people to do well, and to come here and to learn
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and see how we can push ourselves even further in terms of creativity and innovation.
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Do you see Chuck Bunch and how is your administration different from his?
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Because he was probably one of our absolutely most popular CEOs ever to come on 'Mad Money.'
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Well, I see Chuck on a regular basis.
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Obviously, this transition has been underway for quite some time,
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and it's big shoes to fill but we have a great management team at PPG,
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and we're certainly looking forward.
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My leadership team
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is the diversity team for the company.
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So when you find it regularly on the agenda for the senior leadership,
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it flows through the whole organization.

Other meanings for team...

teamverb

  • jaチーム[班・団・隊]を作る
  • ento put two or more things or people together in order to do something or to achieve a particular effect
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So this really isn't about helping out Sergeant Jeffords?
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- What? - I guess I'm out.
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But— no, no, no, no, come on.
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Of course, I'm 100% in support of Terry.
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In fact, I'm going to team up with him.
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Let's do this!
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You are so easily manipulated.
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Now you're stuck with Sergeant Dumb Dumb.
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- Damn it. - Hey!
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Look, you're not gonna get away with this.
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You were a part of the whole thing.
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First of all, Jake, there's no records that you and I teamed up together
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because you insisted that we only communicate though a beeper.
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Stupid beepers. We're right to be addicted to our phones.
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Nick Jonas, it's John Legend.
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Your new co-worker.
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Welcome to 'The Voice.'
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I just have to tell you 1 thing:
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our mission is to destroy Blake Shelton.
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We'll have to form an alliance— me, you, Kelly.
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We team up.
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We beat Blake.
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Nothing else matters, okay? Deal?
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I'll see you soon.
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Today we're gonna get makeovers by little girls.
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Then we are teaming with a stylist who is gonna take their visions and make them a reality.
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You look like Harry Potter.
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Good luck making me more of a child than I am already.
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Good morning, Sharon.
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Nice to meet you.
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Nice to meet you too.
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We're here today with Theresa Antridger and with Sharon.
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And Theresa and I are going to team up today to help Sharon find a special type of bra
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and a special type of form.