Definition of dream team in English:

dream team

noun

  • A team of people perceived as the perfect combination for a particular purpose:

    ‘the two have been linked as the dream team that will revitalize New York Democrats’
    • ‘It could be the pro-democracy camp's version of a dream team.’
    • ‘Statistics are a valuable tool to help coaches in their selections, but it will not force White in any way to change his dream team.’
    • ‘Scotland and Ireland were the dream team for Euro 2008.’
    • ‘The idea of spending your days mulling over which superstars to buy and what type of stadium to build for your new dream team seems almost perfect.’
    • ‘But he will always treasure very special memories of March 19, 2002, when he saw his dream team do the business.’
    • ‘‘It is time for the economic team to proven themselves as a dream team and not just as the dreaming team,’ she said.’
    • ‘It is a romantic, tongue-in-cheek kind of movie that brings audiences a dream team of sorts led by two of the hottest Hollywood darlings: Julia Roberts and Brad Pitt.’
    • ‘And what of the dream team of Ally MacLeod and David Murray?’
    • ‘If you think you can do better then send us your dream team using the link above.’
    • ‘The original dream team in Barcelona is the squad coached by Johann Cruyff which won the European Cup.’
    • ‘Senator McConnell, you have gone to court with your dream team to try to undo much of the bill that was passed.’
    • ‘The best the so-called dream team can do now is a bronze.’
    • ‘‘I described them before as our dream team and it has all happened for us,’ says Campbell.’
    • ‘After much thought, here, on the right, is my dream team from the last 25 years of English top-flight football.’
    • ‘The defeat against Australia was enough to convince the millions of people back home that this Indian team was not the dream team they had put their faith on.’
    • ‘Below is the team that I would pick to play in my dream team.’
    • ‘And just what were Fontaine and his dream team trying to do?’
    • ‘U.S. Postal's Colombian powerhouse, Victor Hugo Peña, wants to build a dream team of fellow countrymen.’
    • ‘And if you ever did buy your dream team then what an experience it would be.’
    • ‘But 31 years later, the two are the best of friends and have been labelled the dream team by patients and staff.’

Pronunciation:

dream team

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