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tag team

1. noun A team of two wrestlers who take turns competing against an opposing pair of wrestlers. The two teammates touch hands when one player leaves the ring, so that the other can "tag in." A tag team is only as strong as its weakest member.
2. noun Two people working in cooperation. Now that we're a tag team, I think we'll get through this project a lot faster.
3. verb To work in cooperation with another person. Let's tag team to get this project done.
See also: tag, team
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A number of smaller stars and the tag-team division have been getting a push with WWE chairman Vince McMahon eager to ensure the superstars do not think of jumping ship.
The three-time WWE Champion explains why he had to persuade Vince McMahon to let him wear a Liverpool shirt to the ring in Manchester, and there are also great insights into life as a WWE Superstar, his tag-team with Cesaro and whether he'd trade another WWE Championship for a sixth European Cup.
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