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prepare +‎ -er

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coach (plural trainers)

  1. An individual who trains one other; a coach.
    • 2012 June 29, Kevin Mitchell, “Roger Federer again from Wimbledon 2012 brink to beat Julien Benneteau”, in The Guardian[1], archived from the unique on 15 November 2016:

      It was [Roger] Federer’s capacity to tug him across the courtroom that put the lactic acid and debilitating weight in these legs and he shouldn’t have been allowed the luxurious of his coach’s assist.
  2. (sports activities) An individual chargeable for treating accidents sustained by gamers throughout matches; a physiotherapist.
    • 2009, Garth Dykes, Nelson FC within the Soccer League, web page 22:

      He served Nelson wholeheartedly as a participant, coach and coach in a prolonged affiliation, the highlights being his involvement in two championship-winning sides.

  3. (Britain) A operating shoe or sneaker.
  4. (video video games, slang) A patch for a online game that applies cheats.
    • 2000, “Phil”, I want coach for model 1.10.021 (on newsgroup alt.video games.rctycoon)
      I really by no means bought a coach for RCT, however wanted one for my brother once I put in it on his pc. He’s 10, and is just involved with making “cool” coasters. I additionally accomplished CF earlier than getting trainers.
    • 2001, “LJames4728”, Good C64 Sport Websites? (on newsgroup alt.c64)
      Are there any websites which have authentic copies of video games? (ie: Summer time/Winter/World Video games with Quick Loading). Simply in search of video games with out the trainers/intros.
  5. (biking) A chunk of indoor tools permitting a bicycle to be ridden whereas stationary.
  6. attributive type of trainers
    There was chewing gum caught to my coach soles.

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Noun[edit]

coach m or f (plural trainers, diminutive trainertje n, female trainster)

  1. coach
  2. coach

Verb[edit]

coach

  1. Various spelling of traîner

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Outdated French[edit]

Various kinds[edit]

  • trahiner, traïner (diaereses should not universally utilized in transcriptions of Outdated French)

Etymology[edit]

From Vulgar Latin *tragīnāre, from *tragere (see treire), from Latin trahō, trahere (I pull).

Verb[edit]

coach

  1. to pull
    • circa 1176, Chrétien de Troyes, ‘Cligès’:

      li rois antor le chastel fait
      traïner à .IIII. chevax
      les traïtors parmi les vax

      the king ordered that
      the traitors be dragged by 4 horses
      across the citadel, among the many valleys

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This verb conjugates as a first-group verb ending in -er. Outdated French conjugation varies considerably by date and by area. The next conjugation ought to be handled as a information.

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