Coach ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Coach ( noun )

  1. A large horse-drawn vehicle, typically one with four wheels, used for transporting passengers and goods.
  2. A tutor or instructor who provides training and instruction, especially in a particular sport or subject.
  3. A train, especially one used for long-distance travel.

Origin:

Middle french coche, from hungarian kocsi, from kocsi szekér, meaning "kocs coach".

Examples:

  1. The wealthy often traveled by coach to other cities for entertainment and business.
  2. John has been hired as a coach for the football team.
  3. I prefer taking the coach to the plane when traveling long distances.
  4. The coach was filled with passengers who were eager to reach their destinations.
  5. She has a coach who helps her with her singing lessons.

(As a verb)

Coach ( verb )

  1. A large horse-drawn vehicle, typically one with four wheels, used for transporting passengers and goods.
  2. A tutor or instructor who provides training and instruction, especially in a particular sport or subject.
  3. A train, especially one used for long-distance travel.

Origin:

Middle french coche, from hungarian kocsi, from kocsi szekér, meaning "kocs coach".

Examples:

  1. The wealthy often traveled by coach to other cities for entertainment and business.
  2. John has been hired as a coach for the football team.
  3. I prefer taking the coach to the plane when traveling long distances.
  4. The coach was filled with passengers who were eager to reach their destinations.
  5. She has a coach who helps her with her singing lessons.
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