UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈkəʊtʃɪŋ/

WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. [life, work, professional, executive, employee, staff] coaching
  2. (receive) [on-site, on-the-job] coaching
  3. a distinct lack of coaching (on the team)
  4. won the [game, match] thanks to their [excellent, top-notch] coaching
  5. [excellent] [defensive, offensive, special-teams] coaching
  6. coaching for [executives, leaders, managers, directors]
  7. coaching for [leadership, business, success, negotiations, sports]
  8. wants to [work in, get into] coaching
  9. [an expert, a master, a professional] in life coaching
  10. has a [certificate, degree, diploma] in [executive] coaching
n as adj
  1. during his coaching career
  2. has a (head) coaching position (with)
  3. has a [unique, unpopular] coaching [method, style]
  4. is a coaching assistant
  5. on the coaching staff (of)
  6. have a coaching session on [Monday]
  7. during the coaching process
  8. coaching services
WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. a [basketball, football, math, life] coach
  2. a [professional, high school, college] coach
  3. the [head, team, defensive] coach
  4. the [former, current] coach
  5. is a [birth, birthing] coach
  6. a [certified, qualified] birth coach
  7. has been the coach for [two] [years, seasons]
  8. [appoint, look for, choose] a new coach
  9. a coach to [help, lead, win, train]
  10. the coach of a [basketball] team
  11. the coach was [fired, dismissed]
  12. the coach was fired after (poor results)
  13. UK: we took a coach to [Boston, Liverpool]
  14. UK: we went to [Paris, Barcelona] by coach
  15. [flew, rode] (in) coach (to)
n as adj
  1. took the coach bus to [Boston]
  1. coach the [team, players]
  2. coach the [team] to victory
  3. coached the [defense, offense]
  4. coaching them on [how, what, where, when]
  5. coached and [trained, mentored, taught, managed, played]
  6. coached [professional, amateur, high school]
  7. coaches [football, soccer, baseball]
  8. coached me in [how to, the art of]
  9. coached her during [birth, labor]
  10. coach you through it
  11. (has) coached for [20 years]
  12. [players, athletes] are (being) coached by
  13. coached by [an expert, a foreigner, a former player]
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