Definitions for coachmanˈkoʊtʃ mən
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a man employed to drive a coach or carriage.
Origin of coachman:
a man who drives a coach (or carriage)
One who drives a coach, a coach driver.
Origin: coach (horse-pulled carriage) + man
a man whose business is to drive a coach or carriage
a tropical fish of the Atlantic ocean (Dutes auriga); -- called also charioteer. The name refers to a long, lashlike spine of the dorsal fin
A coachman is a man whose business it is to drive a coach, a horse-drawn vehicle designed for the conveyance of more than one passenger — and of mail — and covered for protection from the elements. He has also been called a coachee, coachy or whip.
Translations for coachman
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
the driver of a horsedrawn carriage.
- حوذي، سائِقُ عَرَبَهArabic
- cocheiroPortuguese (BR)
- der KutscherGerman
- کالسکه چیFarsi
- נֶהַג מֶרכָּבָהHebrew
- kocsis, fogathajtóHungarian
- pembawa kereta kudaMalay
- کالسکه چیPersian
- ګادی وانPashto
- 馬車伕Chinese (Trad.)
- گھوڑا گاڑی کو چلانے والاUrdu
- người đánh xe ngựaVietnamese
- 马车夫Chinese (Simp.)
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