a small building, usually part of an estate or adjacent to a main house, used for housingcoaches, carriages, and other vehicles.
a building in which a coach is kept
(history) Also called coaching house, coaching inn. an inn along a coaching route at which horses were changed
[kohch] /koʊtʃ/ noun 1. a large, horse-drawn, four-wheeled carriage, usually enclosed. 2. a public motorbus. 3. Railroads. . 4. Also called air coach. a class of airline travel providing less luxurious accommodations than first class at a lower fare. 5. a person who trains an athlete or a team of athletes: a football coach. 6. […]
noun 1. a small drinking glass of the early 19th century having no foot.
- Coach line
noun 1. a decorative line on the bodywork of a motor vehicle Also called carriage line
[kohch-muh n] /ˈkoʊtʃ mən/ noun, plural coachmen. 1. a employed to drive a or carriage. 2. Angling. . /ˈkəʊtʃmən/ noun (pl) -men 1. the driver of a coach or carriage 2. a fishing fly with white wings and a brown hackle n. 1570s, from coach (n.) + man (n.).