What is the
difference between Coach and Couch?
What is the difference between Coach and Couch? :
Coach : (noun)
( 1 ) Bus for carrying passengers over long distances
They traveled by a coach to Allahabad.
( 2 ) Large four-wheeled carriage pulled by horse and used for carrying passengers
Children are fond of traveling by a coach.
( 3 ) Teacher who gives private lessons to prepare students for examinations
I need a coach for my youngest son.
( 4 ) Person who trains sportsmen
Who is your tennis coach?
Coach : (verb)
( 1 ) Teach or train someone for an examination or sporting contests
He coached the swimmer for the Olympics.
She coaches me in English.
You have talent but you still need coaching.
( 2 ) Work or act as a coach
He will be coaching all summer.
Couch : (noun)
( 1 ) Long bedlike seat for sitting or lying on
There is a lovely couch in her drawing room.
Couch : (verb)
( 1 ) Express a though, an idea, etc…in words
His letter was couched in insolent terms.
I sent her a carefully couched reply.
( 2 ) (Of animals) lie flat, either in hiding or ready to jump forward
A deer couched on a grassy bank.
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