Impulsive vs. Team

Impulsive vs. Team — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Impulsive and Team

Impulsiveadjective

Inclined to act on impulse rather than thought.

Teamnoun

A group on the same side, as in a game.

Impulsiveadjective

Motivated by or resulting from impulse

such impulsive acts as hugging strangers.impulsive generosity.

Teamnoun

The members of a team who are actively playing at a given time

After a stellar performance in last week's game, the shooting guard was promoted to the starting team.

Impulsiveadjective

Having force or power to impel or incite; forceful.

Teamnoun

A group organized for work or activity

a team of engineers.
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Impulsiveadjective

(Physics) Acting within brief time intervals. Used especially of a force.

Teamnoun

Two or more draft animals used to pull a vehicle or farm implement.

Impulsiveadjective

Having the power of driving or impelling; giving an impulse; moving; impellent.

Teamnoun

A vehicle along with the animal or animals harnessed to it.

Impulsiveadjective

Actuated by impulse or by transient feelings; inclined to make rapid decisions without due consideration.

Teamnoun

A group of animals exhibited or performing together, as horses at an equestrian show.

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Impulsiveadjective

(mechanics) Acting momentarily, or by impulse; not continuous – said of forces.

Teamnoun

A brood or flock.

Impulsivenoun

That which impels or gives an impulse; an impelling agent.

Teamverb

To harness or join together so as to form a team.

Impulsivenoun

One whose behaviour or personality is characterized by being impulsive.

Teamverb

To transport or haul with a draft team.

Impulsiveadjective

proceeding from natural feeling or impulse without external stimulus;

an impulsive gesture of affection

Teamverb

To form a team or an association. Often used with up.

Impulsiveadjective

without forethought;

letting him borrow her car was an impulsive act that she immediately regretted

Teamverb

To drive a team or truck.

Impulsiveadjective

having the power of driving or impelling;

a driving personal ambitionthe driving force was his innate enthusiasman impulsive force

Teamnoun

A set of draught animals, such as two horses in front of a carriage.

Impulsiveadjective

determined by chance or impulse or whim rather than by necessity or reason;

a capricious refusalauthoritarian rulers are frequently capriciousthe victim of whimsical persecutions

Teamnoun

Any group of people involved in the same activity, especially sports or work.

We need more volunteers for the netball team.The IT manager leads a team of three software developers.

Impulsiveadjective

characterized by undue haste and lack of thought or deliberation;

a hotheaded decisionliable to such impulsive acts as hugging strangersan impetuous display of spending and gamblingmadcap escapades

Teamnoun

(obsolete) A group of animals moving together, especially young ducks.

Teamnoun

A royalty or privilege granted by royal charter to a lord of a manor, of having, keeping, and judging in his court, his bondmen, neifes, and villains, and their offspring, or suit, that is, goods and chattels, and appurtenances thereto.

Teamverb

(intransitive) To form a group, as for sports or work.

They teamed to complete the project.

Teamverb

To go together well; to harmonize.

Teamverb

(transitive) To convey or haul with a team.

to team lumber

Teamverb

(transitive) To form together into a team.

to team oxen

Teamverb

(transitive) To give work to a gang under a subcontractor.

Teamnoun

a cooperative unit

Teamnoun

two or more draft animals that work together to pull something

Teamverb

form a team;

We teamed up for this new project