Complete Definition of "coach"

English

Etymology
From F. term|coche|langfr, from G. Kutsche, from Hung. term|kocsi|langhu. According to historians the coach was named after the small Hungarian town Kocs, which made a livelihood from cart building and transport between Vienna and Budapest.

Pronunciation
IPA|/kÉÊtÊ
audio|en-us-coach.ogg|Audio (US)

Noun
en-noun|es

  1. A wheeled vehicle, generally drawn by horse power.
  2. rail A railroad car drawn by a locomotive.
  3. A trainer or instructor.
  4. UK A single decked long-distance, or privately hired bus.
  5. nautical The forward part of the cabin space under the poop deck of a sailing ship; the fore-cabin under the quarter deck.

Synonyms
i-c|wheeled vehicle drawn by horse power carriage
i-c|railroad car drawn by a locomotive carriage

Related terms
coacher
coachman
coachwork
coach dog
stagecoach

Translations
trans-top|wheeled vehicle drawn by horse power
Dutch: t+|nl|koets
Finnish: t-|fi|vaunut
French: t+|fr|coche|m
German: t+|de|Kutsche|f
Italian: t+|it|carrozza|f, t+|it|vettura|f, t+|it|diligenza|f
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Kurdish: t|ku|erebe|f, t|ku|erebane|f
Russian: повозка (povózka) f, каÑеÑа (karéta) f, колÑÑка (koljáska) f
Serbian:

Slovene: koÄija f
Spanish: t+|es|coche|m
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trans-top|railroad car drawn by a locomotive
Finnish: t-|fi|vaunu
German: t+|de|Wagen|m
Italian: t-|it|carrozza ferroviaria|f, t+|it|vettura|f
Kurdish: t+|ku|vagon|f
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Russian: t+|ru|вагон|m|trvagón|scCyrl
Slovene: t-|sl|vagon|m
Spanish: t+|es|vagón|m
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trans-top|trainer
Chinese: æç·´, æç» (jiàoliàn)
Czech: t-|cs|trenér|m, t-|cs|kouÄ|m
Dutch: t-|nl|coach, t-|nl|trainer|m
Finnish: t+|fi|valmentaja
French: t+|fr|entraîneur|m
German: t-|de|Trainer|m
Hebrew: ×××× (me'amen) m, ×××נת (me'amenet) f
Hungarian: t-|hu|edzÅ
Italian: t+|it|allenatore|m, t+|it|istruttore|m
Japanese: t-|ja|ã³ã¼ã|trkÅchi|scJpan
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Kurdish: t|ku|rahêner|m / f, t|ku|antrenor|m / f
Portuguese: treinador m
Russian: t+|ru|ÑÑенеÑ|m|f|trtréner|scCyrl
Slovak: t-|sk|tréner|m
Slovene: trener m, trenerka f
Spanish: t+|es|entrenador|m, t-|es|entrenadora|f
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trans-top|long distance bus
Finnish: t+|fi|bussi, t+|fi|linja-auto
German: Reisebus m, Ãberlandbus m, Bus m
Italian: t+|it|corriera|f
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Kurdish: t|ku|otobûs|f
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Translations to be checked
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ttbc|Hungarian: busz
ttbc|Hungarian: kocsi
ttbc|Slovak: koÄ

Verb
en-verb|coaches|coaching|coached

  1. sports To train.
  2. To instruct.

#: She has coached many opera stars.

Translations
trans-top|sports: train
Dutch: opleiden
Finnish: valmentaa
French: t+|fr|entraîner
German: trainieren
Hebrew: ×××× (le'amen)
Italian: t+|it|allenare, t-|it|addestrare
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Kurdish: t|ku|rahênan
Portuguese: t+|pt|treinar
Slovak: trénovať
Slovene: trenirati
Spanish: t+|es|entrenar
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trans-top|instruct
Dutch: coachen, trainen
German: ausbilden
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Kurdish: t|ku|rahênan, t|ku|fêr kirin, KUchar|ÙاÙکارÛ
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Dutch

Etymology
English (cfr. supra)

Noun
infl|nl|noun

  1. trainer, instructor
  2. counselor

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