What meaning does the word “team” have in the dialogue below (a) quite a lot; b) a group of people working together; c) your variant):
Henry, “How many of you are there?”
Dave: “There were the teams working there, whoever we could get inside… couple of hundred, give or take.”
More than one group working there.
I'd have to say B: a group of people working together.
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