coach1 / kōch/ • n. 1. a horse-drawn carriage, esp. a closed one. 2. a railroad car. ∎ [as adj.] denoting economy class seating in an aircraft or train: the cheapest coach-class fare. 3. a bus, esp. one that is comfortably equipped and used for longer journeys. [as adj.] • v. [intr.] travel by coach: they coached to Claude's dwelling. • adv. in economy class accommodations in an aircraft or train: flying coach. coach2 • n. an athletic instructor or trainer. ∎ a tutor who gives private or specialized teaching. • v. [tr.] train or instruct (a team or player). ∎ give (someone) extra or private teaching: he was coached to speak more slowly and curb his hand gestures. ∎ teach (a subject or sport) as a coach. ∎ prompt or urge (someone) with instructions: he had improperly coached the witness to testify more credibly.
Coach ★½ 1978 (PG)
Sexy woman is unintentionally hired to coach a high school basketball team and mold rookies into lusty young champions. Lowgrade roundball fever. 100m/C VHS, DVD . Cathy Lee Crosby, Michael Biehn, Keenan Wynn, Sidney Wicks; D: Bud Townsend.