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coach

noun  /koʊtʃ/ us  

coach noun (TEACHER)

[C] (esp. in sports) a person who is responsible for managing and training a person or a team: a basketball coach [C] A coach is also an expert who trains someone learning or improving a skill, esp. one related to performing: an acting coach

coach noun (PART OF VEHICLE)

[C/U] the less expensive sections of an aircraft that most people sit in: [U] We were in coach on the flight to Seattle. [C/U] A coach is also one of the separate parts of a train. [C/U] A coach is also a kind of old-fashioned vehicle pulled by one or more horses. [C/U] Br A coach is a bus.

coach

verb [I/T]  /koʊtʃ/ us  
to be responsible for managing and training a person or a team: [I/T] He coached the Giants until 1997.
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