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Translation of "coach" - English-Spanish dictionary

coach

noun /kəutʃ/
(British ) a railway carriage; car(American) vagón The last two coaches of the train were derailed.
(British ) a bus for tourists etc autocar (also adjective) a coach tour.
a trainer in athletics, sport etc entrenador a tennis coach.
a private teacher profesor particular They employed a coach to help their son with his mathematics.
a four-wheeled horsedrawn vehicle carruaje a coach and horses.
coaching noun
the process of training someone to improve the skills they require for a particular sport, job, or activity Entrenamiento Personal tennis coaching.
the process of teaching someone the skills they need to perform well in an important examination Entrenamiento Personal exam coaching.
coachbuilder noun
a person or business concerned with building the bodies for modern vehicles. carrocero
coachman noun ( plural coachmen)
the driver of a horsedrawn carriage. cochero
(Definition of coach from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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