COACH, noun A close vehicle for commodious traveling, borne on four wheels, and drawn by horses or other animals. It differs from a chariot in having seats in front, as well as behind. It is a carriage of state, or for pleasure, or for travelling.
Hackney-coach, a coach kept for hire. In some cities, they are licensed by authority, and numbered, and the rates of fare fixed by law.
Mail-coach, a coach that carries the public mails.
Stage-coach, a coach that regularly conveys passengers from town to town. [See Stage.]
COACH or COUCH, noun An apartment in a large ship of war near the stern, the roof of which is formed by the poop.
COACH, verb transitive To carry in a coach