coachload

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noun coach·load \ˈkōch-ˌlōd\

Definition of coachload

plural

coachloads

British

  1. :  a large group of people that fills a large bus Two coachloads of students from North-East universities will join a march through the capital. — Northern Echo, 20 Nov. 2012

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1930

First Known Use of coachload

1930


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