There are 2 main translations of coach in Spanish

: coach1coach2

coach1

coche (de caballos), n.

Pronunciation /kəʊtʃ//koʊtʃ/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(horse-drawn carriage)

      coche (de caballos) masculine
      carruaje masculine
      coach and four coche tirado por cuatro caballos
      • state coach carroza
      • before noun coach box pescante
      • coach horse caballo de tiro
      • The horse-drawn coaches were rough and uncomfortable transport.
      • Here the traffic consisted not of coaches and carriages but of wagons and hand-carts.
      • Occasionally a big coach drawn by four horses would come up the drive and pass around by me, this made me very happy.
      • We reckon the rent on the coach house would be €700 a week.
      • It was a wonderful sight to see because many of the guests arrived in horse-drawn coaches and carriages.
      • Horse-drawn coaches for hire in nineteenth-century Paris were also painted yellow.
      • Memorable events include the angel parade at the city hall and tours by horse-drawn coaches.
      • But the six horses pulling the coach continued to accelerate rapidly, and the boy could not keep up for long.
      • Horse-drawn coach rides throughout town are also a popular activity for tourists.
      • A large coach house situated to the rear of the house provides excellent opportunities.
      • Me. Who set all of the horses free when the coach house caught fire?
      • I was once in the crowd that greeted him when he drew up in a horse-drawn coach.
      • At the turn of the 20th century, he became landlord of the nearby Coach and Horses and ran a livery business from there with horse-drawn coaches and traps for hire.
      • In the 1670's, the city's Corporation received complaints about the traffic congestion caused by hackney coaches.
      • Horse-drawn coaches heading for Scotland have been replaced by commuters on the A1, which is right on the doorstep.
      • Think of Cinderella's coach turning into a pumpkin, and the Grimms' tale of Hansel and Gretel about to be devoured by a witch.

    • 1.2British (bus)

      autobús masculine
      autocar masculine Spain
      pullman masculine Southern Cone
      ómnibus masculine River Plate
      micro masculine Argentina
      before noun coach driver conductora de autobús (or autocar etc.) feminine
      • coach operator operador de autobuses (or autocar etc.)
      • coach park estacionamiento de autobuses
      • coach party grupo que viaja en autobús (or autocar etc.)
      • On the return journey the coach driver took the group through the city of Luxembourg, a first visit for many.
      • I went on a coach trip years ago and had a great time, so I knew the idea could work.
      • A coach load of friends from Manchester is expected to travel south for the funeral.
      • Another member of the congregation is believed to have been on the coach trip.
      • Instead, we booked a nine-hour coach journey into Dallas, Texas, where we would stay for a couple of days, before moving down to Austin.
      • In Mr Smith's letter he pointed out that many well-known coach tour operators were passing through Sligo without stopping.
      • The new ruling has infuriated coach drivers, who now have nowhere to park.
      • She was allowed to sit at the front on the coach journey home, on her own, with the rest of the class huddled together in the back three rows.
      • The coach trip to the Lake district and Scotland is now completely booked out.
      • A local woman's car was in collision with the front of the coach and she was trapped.
      • The emerging dawn had been a wonderful sight and the traffic free roads and ease with which we ambled along in our luxury coach made the journey really pleasant.
      • There are fewer bookings from coach tour operators, particularly from the US.
      • We will have to hire a huge number of coaches to replace the services on the closed stretch of track.
      • I think the only time I've ever been to Birmingham was on an evening coach journey for a school theatre trip, probably twenty years ago.
      • But the six-month trip was cruelly cut short when thieves broke into a tour coach and stole all her possessions - forcing her to return home.
      • They travel to Philadelphia for a plane to Boston where they will get on a coach for the four-hour journey to the resort.
      • After checking into our hotel in Edinburgh we had a coach journey to the wedding that was going to take us nearly two hours.
      • If the system works it could lead to early warning systems being installed in coaches, lorries and cars.
      • Chester and York attract coach loads of visitors with their Roman walls and artefacts.
      • Oh, and some foolish coach driver forgot 46 passengers on the Terminal yesterday.

  • 2

    • 2.1US Railways

      vagón de tercera (clase) masculine
      (fare/passenger) (before noun) de tercera
      to go coach viajar en tercera
      • The airline will still serve free beverages in coach class, according to The Associated Press.
      • If spacious first class is too pricey, request the first row of coach class.
      • On bigger jets, that can mean as few as two attendants in coach class trying to sell food to more than 100 passengers.
      • He offered us a seat in coach with a refund of our sleeping car fee, but we were not interested in that.
      • With the new configuration, the aircraft will have 24 seats in first class and 192 in coach.
      • Sale fares are available daily for Envoy class, but only between Monday and Thursday for coach class.
      • I think Frank and I are going to go exploring a bit and try to find Molly in coach.
      • There were three seats on each side of the plane in coach.
      • Our train consists of six coach class cars, a cafe car, and one business class car.
      • Unfortunately, airline policies usually do not mandate hourly beverage service in coach class.
      • All of Southwest's seats are coach, and seating is first-come, first-serve.
      • Under the latter option, the eight coupons include six coach class and two business class tickets.
      • It is the only major carrier to continue offering free meals in coach class on all flights after other airlines suspended meal service or started selling snacks as a way to cut costs.
      • They sat down together in the front of coach class.
      • This trip was in the planning stages for a long time. I wanted to make the trip alone in coach class.
      • There's a reason those economy seats are uncomfortable: If it seems like the seat cushions in coach class are worn out, it's not your imagination.
      • I was not sure if they ever got to seat any coach passengers who wanted dinner in the diner.
      • Then the airlines turn around and sell the coach seat I just vacated to another passenger.

    • 2.2British Railways

      vagón masculine
      • The crew had already said their goodnights and shut off most of the lights in the coaches.
      • The new design also means better lighting, quieter coaches and better suspension, giving a superior ride.
      • This inconvenienced the passengers, who couldn't even move around to buy tickets or board railway coaches.
      • I haven't been able to get a look at the number of coaches or locomotives yet.
      • After we strolled up to one of the coaches, a conductor glanced at our boarding passes and gave us our seat numbers.
      • Heritage railways are keen for visitors to have parties or reserve coaches for corporate entertainment.
      • After his marriage in 1897 he worked as a painter of railway coaches, as a tinter of photographs, and as a house painter.
      • One of the coaches would be carrying only New York City-bound passengers.
      • Meanwhile, the company will be adding extra coaches to its trains to help regional travellers heading to the races.
      • So, why haven't the railways upgraded their coaches?
      • She enjoyed riding in a railway coach behind the smoking engine and remembers that she even thought she would like to be engine driver when she was older.
      • It would get even later as they had to board the groups of children in the front two coaches.
      • To relieve this problem, the rail companies will need to run more frequent services or increase the number of coaches on their trains.
      • The train was packed, although it appeared everyone was being placed into one or two coaches.
      • Chuckling, the gentleman opened the door leading from the reserved coach to the sleeping compartments beyond.
      • For five days we made our way across country in a railway coach that, for some reason, seemed to have square wheels.
      • We were not running heavy at all, as there were plenty of empty seats in all of the coaches.
      • Two other coaches on the railway have been obtained from Hungary.
      • Once aboard 93, we observed that there were plenty of empty seats in the coaches towards the front.
      • But the locomotive and coaches were not affected and all passengers would have noticed was the train coming to a normal stop.
      • Police were called to Waterloo station after passengers on the train from Paris heard a knocking sound in compartments underneath the coaches.
      • No need for extra coaches or extra trains, just wedge more passengers in to the existing carriages.


There are 2 main translations of coach in Spanish

: coach1coach2

coach2

entrenador, n.

Pronunciation /kəʊtʃ//koʊtʃ/

noun

  • 1

    (team manager)
    entrenador masculine
    entrenadora feminine
    director técnico masculine Latin America
    directora técnica feminine Latin America
    • Head football coaches are often hired without regard to specific criteria or clearly stated qualifications.
    • "Being a national team coach is a tough job.
    • But, ironically, so many football coaches do deeply believe that the toughest sport teaches virtues.
    • The basketball coach or the music teacher needs no convincing regarding the value of drill and practice on fundamental skills.
    • It's no secret that inner-city coaches in any sport have one of the toughest jobs in all of high school athletics.
    • Nominations for the program must be submitted via each swimmer's club coach.
    • His mother Judy, the former national tennis coach, chaperones him to tournaments and does his washing.
    • He said his executive used trained coaches and referees to educate sports teachers in schools as a way of broadening participation in youth programmes.
    • There are current football coaches who have been doing their jobs longer than he has.
    • They hired a football coach who had been at a big school, but had a mediocre record.
    • So what, you ask, does a college basketball coach know about the state of college football?
    • So you want to be a college basketball coach?
    • We worked in a recreational center as coaches, teaching little kids how to play basketball.
    • Each age group is run by a qualified rugby coach, but parents are encouraged to lend a hand.
    • Either the football coach or an athletic trainer initiated the injury report.
    • Jenny now works as an assistant women's coach at the University of Oklahoma.
    • Children will be coached by top level coaches in each sport.
    • A US women's basketball coach says that she has unconditional love for the players.
  • 2

    (tutor)
    profesor particular masculine
    profesora particular feminine
    • Much of my success in 1998 came from the lessons and training program my coach provided me.
    • Money apparently can't buy you love or a decent acting coach.
    • I was thinking about how to prepare and hired a private coach.
    • A coach is trained to pick up nuances that others miss.
    • His wife, Kelly, keeps busy as an English teacher and coach at Oakdale High School.
    • Voice coach Sonia has trained some of the north west's top singers.
    • If the money was going for reading coaches in elementary schools, I might have been less likely to vote against it.
    • She said having a private coach has been a real benefit.
    • Margaret Thatcher covered her status as a woman when she trained with a voice coach to lower the timbre of her voice.
    • In later years she was a coach and teacher, as well as a stager of ballets.
    • The concert was great, a wind band like they have in the schools but made up of adults many of whom are coaches and teachers.
    • K. C. refused to look at the notes and did only the portion where she studied with her coach and later practiced the words in sentences.
    • I have borrowed these tools from writers and editors, from authors of books on writing, and from teachers and writing coaches.
    • When it comes to reading, parents should think of themselves more as coaches than teachers.
    • Nature, of course, is improved upon by a phalanx of speech coaches, tutors, finishing lessons, cosmetics specialists and designers.

transitive verb

  • 1

    (team/player) entrenar
    (singer/pupil/student) preparar
    (singer/student/pupil) darle clases a
    to coach sb for an exam preparar a algn para un examen
    • Throughout my playing career and my short time in management, I never thought players should determine who coached the team.
    • Talented young players will be coached and trained at the Football Academy.
    • The girls were coached by their teacher and the headmistress.
    • In addition, retired dancers earn extra money coaching young artists so they can accept holiday engagements as guests in smaller companies.
    • What more could Peter achieve if he was coached within the college system?
    • One of the teachers took him under his wing and coached him in drama.
    • He coached Super Bowl teams in Philadelphia and St. Louis.
    • Teams of 1012 players will be coached as a team in preparation for next season.
    • Despite coaching several of Britain's brightest stars, he yesterday announced that he would not go to Sydney, because it would take the spotlight off his athletes.
    • Jeffrey gave up his job as a professional player and began coaching a major league baseball team.
    • I coach a junior high team and we have a problem with the scores being very one sided.
    • He is a quiet player on the court, he coaches teammates, but doesn't get very emotional one way or the other.
    • For a time he coached swimmers, then moved into the business world.
    • He was a drama teacher and also coached the speech team.
    • She was being professionally coached and was halfway through recording a compact disc of love songs to launch her career.
    • These teachers were coached by trainers from the Education Ministry.
    • He recruited or coached all of the players, and the team still adheres to the principles he instilled.
    • Tutors usually taught in their own homes, but rich families would invite teachers to their residences to coach their children.
    • I would like to be a coach, to coach young dancers in the roles I have danced.
    • It was last season when he was ruminating on the difficulty of coaching a superstar in his twilight years.
    • By the 5th grade, our physical education was passed to the hands of the woman who also coached the girl's sports teams.
    • He wants to be out on the pitch coaching and training a team.
    • He went on to become head of the maths department but also taught rugby and coached the school's various teams.
    • The student who used to coach her had found a summer job and had no more time to take care of her training.
    • He found coaching his children's sports teams to be impractical.
    • It's very difficult to coach players of such varying ages and experience within a team, so the way you approach it is very important.
    • Two students coached by Pardina have won major prizes at the Prix de Lausanne international ballet competition.
    • I learned the finer points of grammar as a high schooler coaching elementary-school kids.
    • A range of instrumentalists plus one of the finest international jazz singers, Tina May, will coach students in jazz and big band playing.
    • Therefore, students were coached to improve their communication skills (both verbal and written).
    • The family and a drama teacher who coached Diana in public speaking are all thought to be contesting ownership of the recordings which were made in the mid-1990s.
    • Parents first got their children privately coached by school teachers.
    • The team was trained and coached by Paul Gleeson.
    • I enjoy picking my kids up from school, attending all their school activities and coaching their little league teams.
    • The recent National Lottery grant received by the club to train and coach swimmers was welcomed by Mr Martin.
    • His son was one of Indonesia's top players and now coaches the U.S. badminton team.