It's usually paired with "up" as a verb ("team up".) It means, "to form a team."
"Frank and Ruth teamed up in the race." "Mr Smith and Mr Yamada teamed up to work on the business project." "I want to team up with you!" "They are teaming up to teach English together." "I'm going to team up Sally and Sam to distribute flyers."
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