English Vietnamese dictionary
- danh từ
- xe ngựa bốn bánh ((thường) bốn ngựa)
- (ngành đường sắt) toa hành khách
- xe buýt chạy đường dài
- người kèm học, thầy dạy tư (luyện thi...)
- (thể dục,thể thao) huấn luyện viên
- ngoại động từ
- chở bằng xe ngựa
- dạy kèm, dạy tư; kèm (để luyện thi)
- (thể dục,thể thao) huấn luyện, luyện tập (một vận động viên)
- (hàng không) hướng dẫn (phi công) bằng điện đài khi bay đêm
- dặn dò; gợi ý (ai làm gì, nói gì); cung cấp tài liệu, cung cấp số liệu (cho ai)
- nội động từ
- đi bằng xe ngựa
- học tư (ai) (để luyện thi)
- I coach with Mr. X: tôi học tư ông X để luyện thi
Advanced English dictionary
1 [C] somebody who trains a person or team in sport: a basketball / football / tennis coach + Italy's national coach
2 [C] (BrE) a person who gives private lessons to sb, often to prepare them for an exam: a maths coach
3 [C] (BrE) a comfortable bus for carrying passengers over long distances: They went to Italy on a coach tour. + Travel is by coach overnight to Berlin. + a coach station (= where coaches start and end their journey) + a coach party (= a group of people travelling together on a coach)
4 [C] (BrE) = CARRIAGE: a railway coach
5 [C] a large carriage with four wheels, pulled by horses, used in the past for carrying passengers
See also -
6 [U] (AmE) the cheapest seats in a plane: to fly coach + coach fares / passengers / seats
Idioms see DRIVE v.
~ sb (in / for sth)
1 to train sb to play a sport, to do a job better, or to improve a skill: [VN] Her father coached her for the Olympics. + She has coached hundreds of young singers. + He coaches basketball and soccer. [also VN to inf]
2 [VN] (especially BrE) to give a student extra teaching in a particular subject especially so that they will pass an exam
3 ~ sb (in / on sth) to give sb special instructions for what they should do or say in a particular situation: [VN] They believed the witnesses had been coached on what to say. [also VN to inf]
1 carriage, bus, omnibus, motor coach:
The sightseeing coach broke down near Exeter.
2 tutor, trainer, instructor, teacher, mentor, Brit crammer:
Her voice coach says she's not yet ready for grand opera.
3 tutor, train, instruct, guide, direct, drill, prepare, prompt, school, exercise, Brit cram:
Her lawyers have coached her in what to say in court.
1 bus for longer journeys
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
They are planning to tour the United States by coach.
| in/on a/the ~
2 large carriage pulled by horses
VERB + COACH
drive | ride in
COACH + VERB
COACH + NOUN
This is the old coach road.
a coach and four/six
(= a coach and four/six horses)a gateway wide enough for a coach and four to drive through
| a coach and horses
3 person who trains people in sport, etc.
good, successful, top
a top football coach
| professional | chief, head | assistant | national | club | athletics, basketball, football, tennis, etc. | sports | acting, drama, voice
be, work as ~
She's a well-known writer. Her father, a trained chef, now works as a bus driver.
study to be, train as, train to be ~
She trained as a painter and sculptor.
start (work) as ~
He started work as a trainee chef.
become, qualify as ~
She qualified as a vet last year.
employ (sb as), have
The company employs more than 1500 engineers.
engage (sb as), get, hire (sb as), recruit, take on ~
They have recruited a new designer.
appoint, appoint sb (as), make sb ~
are usually used with academic, official or highly responsible jobs:He was appointed Professor of Law at Yale. At 39 she was made chairman of the board.
dismiss, fire, sack ~
The club have sacked their coach.
Concise English dictionary
+(sports) someone in charge of training an athlete or a team
+a person who gives private instruction (as in singing or acting)
+a railcar where passengers ride
+a carriage pulled by four horses with one driver
+a vehicle carrying many passengers; used for public transport
+teach and supervise (someone); act as a trainer or coach (to), as in sports
+drive a coach