tag-team


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tag-team

(tăg′tēm′)
v. tag-teamed, tag-team·ing, tag-teams
v.intr.
1. To wrestle as a member of a tag team.
2. To work together at an activity by taking turns.
v.tr.
1. To work together at (an activity) by taking turns.
2. To question or reprimand (someone) by taking turns.
3. Slang To have sex with (a person) by taking turns.
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