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Definition of "coach" [coach]

  • A motorbus. (noun)
  • A railroad passenger car. (noun)
  • A closed automobile, usually with two doors. (noun)
  • A large, closed, four-wheeled carriage with an elevated exterior seat for the driver; a stagecoach. (noun)
  • An economical class of passenger accommodations on a commercial airplane or a train. (noun)
  • A vehicle for several passengers, used for transport over long distances, sightseeing, etc (noun)

American Heritage(R) Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright (c) 2011 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.

  • A large four-wheeled enclosed carriage, usually horse-drawn (noun)
  • A railway carriage carrying passengers (noun)
  • A trainer or instructor (noun)
  • A tutor who prepares students for examinations (noun)
  • To give tuition or instruction to (a pupil) (verb)
  • To transport in a bus or coach (verb)

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Use "coach" in a sentence
  • "The term coach is a bit overrated because it is more of a management role."
  • "However, flying the unfriendly skies in coach is now already terrible torture – at least for those of us with long legs."
  • "To pizazz it up a bit (as if you needed any more of a teaser), our coach is the 'miracle' man himself, Magic Mark Johnson, MVP and super sniper of the 1980 gold medal-winning men's hockey team."