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Noun
Plural for an instructor or trainer in sport
“Jenny now works as an assistant women's coach at the University of Oklahoma.”
Noun
Plural for a comfortably equipped single-decker bus used for longer journeys
“Three days later, he took a coach to Thetford, where he was met by his brother William and driven home to Little Finborough.”
Noun
Plural for a closed horse-drawn carriage
“Canus, the mathematician, constructed for the amusement of Louis XIV. a small coach drawn by two horses.”
Noun
Plural for a passenger car, either drawn by a locomotive or part of a multiple unit
“No doubt just as much an influence on the design of this early rolling stock was the fact that no one really knew what a railway coach ought to look like anyway.”
Noun
Plural for a person who provides guidance or mentorship to others
Noun
Plural for a motorised bus, or coach
Noun
Plural for the field of work that involves providing one on one or small group strength training and weightloss services through athletic environments such as a gym
Noun
Plural for a means of transport
Noun
Plural for a leader or person in command
Noun
(North American) Plural for a taxi
Verb
To explain or demonstrate something
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“Far warmer than her husband in dealing with persons outside the family circle, she tried in vain to coach him in the art of relaxing with clients and strangers.”
Verb
To travel, usually with some measurable distance
Verb
To work diligently by artificial light
Verb
To impart information or knowledge
Verb
To refresh the memory of, especially encouraging someone to speak
Verb
To command like an officer
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