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- noun A fellow member of a team.
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- noun One who is on the same
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- noun a fellow member of a team
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Slow going on knee rehab, but fun times in teammate chat.
Losing a teammate is rough no matter what the circumstance is.
If one teammate is that much more powerful than another, the writer will probably have to just pretend that Batman is actually strong enough to laugh off a punch that can break a skyscraper.
“Later, I called a teammate and asked him if it could have been the beef that we had dined on and that we were laughing about because it was so tender we could cut it with a spoon.”
His teammate is Jamaal Magloire, the backup center who played for the Blazers a couple of years ago.
Linebacker London Fletcher: "" We had a little extra motivation, a certain teammate for us, No. 5.
Haywood greeted the team trainers and assistants with jokes and hugs, then his face lit up when he saw his former teammate from the previous seven years in Washington, although he didn't look all that familiar.
First he considers how the teammate is being defended and moves to set a screen at the proper angle so the teammate can make good use of the screen.
Also last year, Hesjedal convinced Garmin teammate Christian Vande Velde to join him, who quickly discovered the roads in December are a lot better than what he sees back in Chicago.
Sheppard relied on Rocky Mountain teammate Donald Reeb to help him bridge up to the leaders and then took over.