Meaning of COACH in English

COACH

I.

noun

1 person who trains people in sports, etc.

ADJECTIVE

▪ good , successful , top

a top basketball ~

▪ professional

▪ chief ( esp. BrE ), head

▪ assistant

▪ national

▪ club

▪ athletics , basketball , football , tennis , etc.

▪ sports

▪ batting , hitting , pitching (all AmE )

▪ acting , drama ( BrE ), voice

2 ( BrE ) bus for longer journeys ⇨ See also ↑ bus

ADJECTIVE

▪ express

▪ private

▪ luxury

▪ air-conditioned

VERB + COACH

▪ go by , travel by

▪ board , get on

▪ get off

▪ drive

▪ hire

COACH + NOUN

▪ station

▪ driver

▪ holiday , journey , tour , trip

▪ travel

▪ party

▪ company

▪ service

PREPOSITION

▪ by ~

They are planning to tour Germany by ~.

▪ in a/the ~ , on a/the ~

3 large carriage pulled by horses

ADJECTIVE

▪ royal

VERB + COACH

▪ drive

▪ ride in

COACH + VERB

▪ drive

COACH + NOUN

▪ road

This is the old ~ road.

▪ house

PHRASES

▪ a ~ and horses

II.

verb

Coach is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ baseball , ↑ football , ↑ team

Oxford Collocations English Dictionary.      Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний .