Definition of 'coach'
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One man covering three positions gives a coach immense flexibility with his replacements. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Team managers or coaches no longer decide if a player continues. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She studied all the way through Strictly so she could become a life coach. The Sun (2016)The rumour mill has not been short on tales of disquiet in the Gloucester coaching team. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We were together for five months and he was the leader, who helped all the coaching staff. The Sun (2016)This club has made me the person and coach I am today. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Instead, he was back coaching his charges in just 10 weeks. Times, Sunday Times (2016)For no other coach has taken charge of so many Champions League ties without lifting the trophy. The Sun (2016)Hire some bikes and spend all day exploring the winding forest paths, try out archery coaching or get back to nature and climb the new tree house. The Sun (2017)They look to their coach to help figure those things out. Christianity Today (2000)They want players to give coaching a go. Times, Sunday Times (2011)There are two actors at the back of the coach. The Sun (2013)English clubs have had goalkeeper coaches for a long time. The Sun (2011)The only person who coached me was my husband. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This is always to the advantage of the coaching team in charge. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He wants to manage the team and have a coach to train it. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Drivers with particular problems are offered extra coaching by instructors. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Eight years as an international coach is a long time. The Sun (2007)England have just lost a rare gem of a coach and a person. Times, Sunday Times (2014)His coaching has helped me get to this huge moment in my career. The Sun (2006)It also makes seating for buses and coaches, trains and military vehicles. Times, Sunday Times (2012)On the coach back to the hotel, we hardly spoke. Sir Alf: A Major Reappraisal of the Life and Times of England's Greatest Football Manager (2006)And he was a fine head coach when in charge of England. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You can change what you eat, whether you go by coach or train. The Sun (2015)To come back from where we were at Adelaide is credit to the team and coaching staff. The Sun (2007)Next year, expect a spoon that gives life coaching and a whisk that helps you look good naked. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And because he is seen as a leader, he is the one who seems a natural to become a coach and then a manager. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Who are the outstanding coaches in the World Cup? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Its bus and coach operations in Spain had risen by 7 per cent. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The World Cup suggested coaches are right to speak of a global shortage in pedigree defenders. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Lifetime want 1,000 trainees for posts including lifeguards, sports coaches and fitness instructors. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'coach'
British English: coach /kəʊtʃ/ NOUN
trainer A coach is someone who trains a person or team of people in a particular sport.
...a football coach.
- American English: coach trainer
- Arabic: مُدَرِّب
- Brazilian Portuguese: técnico
- Chinese: 教练
- Croatian: trener
- Czech: trenér
- Danish: træner
- Dutch: coach
- European Spanish: entrenador
- Finnish: valmentaja
- French: entraîneur
- German: Trainer
- Greek: προπονητής
- Italian: allenatore
- Japanese: コーチ trainer
- Korean: 코치
- Norwegian: trener
- Polish: trener
- European Portuguese: treinador
- Romanian: antrenor
- Russian: тренер
- Spanish: entrenador
- Swedish: tränare
- Thai: ครูฝึกกีฬา
- Turkish: koç spor
- Ukrainian: тренер
- Vietnamese: huấn luyện viên
British English: coach /kəʊtʃ/ NOUN
bus A coach is a large comfortable bus that carries passengers on long journeys.
The coach was delayed by roadworks.
- American English: bus vehicle
- Arabic: مَرْكَبَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: ônibus de viagem
- Chinese: 长途客车
- Croatian: autobus
- Czech: autobus dálkový
- Danish: rutebil
- Dutch: reisbus
- European Spanish: autocar
- Finnish: bussi
- French: car
- German: Reisebus
- Greek: πούλμαν
- Italian: corriera
- Japanese: 長距離バス vehicle
- Korean: 시외 버스
- Norwegian: rutebil
- Polish: autokar
- European Portuguese: autocarro de viagem
- Romanian: autocar
- Russian: междугородный автобус
- Spanish: bus
- Swedish: långfärdsbuss
- Thai: รถโค้ช
- Turkish: tur otobüsü
- Ukrainian: пасажирський автобус
- Vietnamese: xe buýt đường dài
British English: coach VERB
When someone coaches a person or a team, they help them to become better at a particular sport.
After her pro playing career, she coached a golf team.
Definition of coach from the Collins English Dictionary
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