Coach

Word COACH
Character 5
Hyphenation coach
Pronunciations N/A

Definitions and meanings of "Coach"

What do we mean by coach?

A bus, especially one designed for long-distance passenger service. 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

Coach class. noun

A person who trains or directs athletes or athletic teams. noun

A person who gives instruction, as in singing or acting. noun

A private tutor employed to prepare a student for an examination. noun

To train or tutor or to act as a trainer or tutor. transitive & intransitive verb

To transport by or ride in a coach. transitive & intransitive verb

To put in a coach; convey in a coach.

To run over with a coach.

To tutor; give private instruction to; especially, to instruct or train for a special examination or a contest: as, to coach a student for a college examinationl to coach a boat's crew; to coach a new hand in his duties.

In base-ball one of the players belonging to the side at the bat who takes his position near either first or third base and advises the base-runner when to run. noun

A tame bullock or horse used as a decoy in capturing wild cattle or horses. noun

A four-wheeled close vehicle of considerable size; originally, a finely built covered carriage for private use; now, any large inclosed vehicle with the body hung on easy springs, especially one for public conveyance of passengers: as, a stage-coach. See mail-coach, tally-ho. noun

A passenger-car on a railroad. See railroad-car. noun

An apartment in a large ship of war, near the stern and beneath the poop-deck, usually occupied by the captain. noun

A wheeled vehicle, generally drawn by horse power.

A passenger car, either drawn by a locomotive or part of a multiple unit.

(originally Oxford University slang) A trainer or instructor.

A single-decked long-distance, or privately hired, bus.

The forward part of the cabin space under the poop deck of a sailing ship; the fore-cabin under the quarter deck.

(chiefly US) The part of a commercial passenger airplane or train reserved for those paying the lower standard fares; the economy section.

A synonym for dude or chief; typically accompanied by sports-game references to metaphorically explain the situation at hand Urban Dictionary

A leather brand that makes purses, wallets,keychains,shoes and many other accessories Urban Dictionary

Cute bags and accessories..I've found them to be addicting I can't stop buying there Urban Dictionary

A hilarious sitcom starring the legendary Craig T. Nelson, the hilarious Jerry Van Dyke, and the underrated Bill Fagerbakke. Urban Dictionary

A mall-quality leather goods company, established in the late 1940's. Wearing a Coach purse is not as bad as wearing a Fossil, but it's hardly the equivalent of a Vuitton, Gucci, Prada, Marc Jacobs, etc, etc. Especially annoying are those who claim they are 'addicted' to the inferior-brand accessory store. Urban Dictionary

Something you can add to the end of a sentence when refering to someone's stupid ass remark. Urban Dictionary

Farting in a girl's purse when she's not paying attention. Urban Dictionary

This is used when referring to homosexuals: Urban Dictionary

Someone who wants the best for his team. Supports them & encourages development. Can sometimes be a bit of a cunt, but is still loved by the whole team. Has a clear knowledge and understanding of the fishcake celebration! Urban Dictionary

Someone who knows everything about a subject, can teach it, but is unable to perform it at a competitive level. Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Coach

The word "coach" in example sentences

The term coach is a bit overrated because it is more of a management role. ❋ Unknown (2011)

However, flying the unfriendly skies in coach is now already terrible torture – at least for those of us with long legs. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Despite the 2007 national title that Mr. Miles won, and his .789 winning percentage — the highest for any noninterim LSU coach in 100 years — many Tiger fans are convinced their coach is an incompetent manager who stumbles into success. ❋ Darren Everson (2010)

The problem lies in the fact that as the field grows, more and more people want to get in on the trend and the designation "coach" is being adopted by just about anyone looking to sell their services -- no matter how far from legitimate their claim. ❋ James M. Lynch (2011)

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. ❋ Unknown (2010)

His driver, J.J. Yeley, drove the past two seasons for JGR and said the coach is a motivational force at the track and the shop in Huntersville, N.C. "The whole tire shop can be down with guys dragging a bit," Yeley said. ❋ Unknown (2008)

But … if your coach is the one who's being courted by another school or has been extremely successful and you want to be sure you can retain the coach, all of a sudden the perspective changes dramatically. ❋ Unknown (2007)

And her coach is a guy who appears rude and arrogant. ❋ Bill Crider (2007)

They were awed by what they call the coach's "throwing us a bone." ❋ Unknown (2008)

Demitra finished that sentence with a shrug, because he knows his coach is always tinkering with his lines. ❋ Unknown (2006)

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany You know a coach is aiming high when he scolds a winning team. ❋ Unknown (2006)

The Lasers would not elevate Doug Carter to the position and would immediately begin “an aggressive search for a name coach.” ❋ Jack McCallum (2006)

James, an honor-roll student, reasons that listening to his coach is the smart thing to do. ❋ Unknown (2003)

Although a coach is always worried about a lengthy layoff, especially in the playoffs, when you're not used to this time off. ❋ Unknown (2001)

The word "coach" isn't even found in the state statute on mandated reporters or in a 16-page policy guide on abuse reporting. ❋ Unknown (2011)

She dislikes the word "coach", though, and takes exception to the idea that she employs a "holistic" approach. ❋ Viv Groskop (2011)

Richmond is asking its residents in public consultations whether to allow what it calls coach houses or granny flats anywhere in the municipality. ❋ FRANCES BULA (2010)

“That ain’t it, coach.” “Coach, [it wasn’t me].” “Put me in there, coach!! I’ll get him.” “Nope. Put me on the [sidelines] coach. I’m done. [Take me out]. Can’t do it.” ❋ Projectundercover (2018)

She [brough] her [coach bag] with her everywhere which contained her [matching] wallet and she wore her matching coach shoes. ❋ Trisha (2003)

I love my coach mini [sig] [hobo], but sometimes while shopping I just use a simple [wristlet] ❋ Emmi (2005)

While [Coach] was on, I pissed my pants laughing at [Luther's] hilarious [antics]. ❋ Savatage (2006)

I whipped out my [Fendi] [purse] in front of Kate, bringing her to tears at [the realization] that she'll never be able to afford anything better than Coach. ❋ Trendier Than Thou (2006)

[Emilio]: you havent been performing [up to par]. you need to go and [stack] some boxes. Dan: whatever, coach. ❋ Jimbob (2002)

Man, I've been eating [salami] today and I've given her about 3 Coaches tonight. Her [wallet] is gonna smell [somethin'] fierce. ❋ Ryan Harline (2007)

Do you think [that dude] [plays for the other team]? Do he play? He's the [COACH]. ❋ Drone (2003)

[Look at] how much that [team] loves Coach [Ben] ❋ Jen&kirsty (2015)

"You idiot, she's totally into you. Why don't you ask her out" "[Good call] Coach. Hey, why haven't you asked [_____] out yet then?" "Insert [long winded] explanation" ❋ Sangnasty (2011)

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