coach


coach
Ⅰ.
coach UK US /kəʊtʃ/ noun [C]
HR, MANAGEMENT someone whose job is to provide training for people or to help prepare them for something: »

The company has hired a coach to improve our English.

See also LIFE COACH(Cf. ↑life coach)
Ⅱ.
coach UK US /kəʊtʃ/ verb [T]
HR, MANAGEMENT to provide training or help prepare someone for something: »

He offered to coach me for my interview.

coach sb in sth »

We were coached in the best ways to improve our sales figures.

Ⅲ.
coach UK US /kəʊtʃ/ noun [U] US (UK economy) TRANSPORT
the cheapest type of seats on a plane or train: in coach »

The airline was one of the first to stop serving complimentary meals in coach.

coach adverb
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Even the company's director flies coach most of the time.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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