: a large usually closed four-wheeled horse-drawn carriage having doors in the sides and an elevated seat in front for the driver
On special occasions the queen rides in a gold coach.
: a railroad passenger car intended primarily for day travel
Smoking is not permitted in the train's coaches.
: a 2-door enclosed automobile
: a class of passenger air transportation at a lower fare than first class
We reserved two seats in coach.
[ from the concept that the tutor conveys the student through examinations ]
: a private tutor
hired a coach to help her daughter prepare for the test
: one who instructs or trains
an acting coach a birth coach
: one who instructs players in the fundamentals of a sport and directs team strategy
a football coach a pitching coach a gymnastics coach
: to instruct, direct, or prompt as a coach
When an injury ended his playing career, he decided to coach.
: to train intensively (as by instruction and demonstration)
coach pupils The lawyer coached the witness.
: to act as coach of
coach tennis coach a team