Coaching - definition, pronunciation, transcription
a coaching session with one of England's leading boxers
The team looked forward to his return to coaching.
The lawyer admitted to coaching the witness.
The team's poor play is being blamed on the ineptitude of the coaching staff.
There is a growing realization that changes need to be made to the coaching staff.
He's coaching me and some other men for the World Cup.
His coaching has added another dimension to my game.
There have been hints that he may take up coaching.
...she got some coaching experience through a 40-hour practicum with the parks department...
She is coaching the crew
always more accepting of coaching suggestion than her teammates