1550-60;1840-50 for sense “tutor”; earlier coche(e) < Middle Frenchcoche < GermanKotsche, Kutsche < Hungariankocsi, short for kocsi szekér cart of Kocs, town on the main road between Vienna and Budapest; senses referring to tutoring, from the conception of the tutor as one who carries the student through examinations
He briefly joined a club team, but the level of play was so primitive he soon lost interest and turned to coaching swimming.
Also when coaching individuals or teams this knowledge is quite helpful.
Kids may need coaching to think critically about what they're learning.
The route itself is cobbled together of quiet lanes, cycle paths, even a stretch of ancient coaching road.
Two hours of coaching are included with the software.
Thanks to better protective equipment and safer coaching techniques, football deaths have now dropped to single digits each year.
The best results come if, instead of being harangued by a teacher, the pupil watches a tutor coaching someone else.
Good players can be steered to teams that regularly suffer from bad decision-making at the level of coaching or management.
But defensive abilities are much more variable, and perhaps also more dependent on coaching and team dynamics.
Steve, seriously, you need to get some reading comprehension coaching.
British Dictionary definitions for coaching
a vehicle for several passengers, used for transport over long distances, sightseeing, etc
a large four-wheeled enclosed carriage, usually horse-drawn
a railway carriage carrying passengers
a trainer or instructor a drama coach
a tutor who prepares students for examinations
to give tuition or instruction to (a pupil)
(transitive) to transport in a bus or coach
C16: from French coche, from Hungarian kocsi szekér wagon of Kocs, village in Hungary where coaches were first made; in the sense: to teach, probably from the idea that the instructor carried his pupils
1550s, "large kind of carriage," from M.Fr. coche, from Ger. kotsche, from Hung. kocsi (szekér) "(carriage) of Kocs," village where it was first made. In Hungary, the thing and the name for it date from 15c., and forms are found in most European languages. Applied to railway cars 1866, Amer.Eng. Sense of "economy or tourist class" is from 1949. Meaning "instructor/trainer" is c.1830 Oxford University slang for a tutor who "carries" a student through an exam; athletic sense is 1861. Related: Coached; coaching.