Definition of coacher in English:

coacher

Line breaks: coach¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈkəʊtʃə
 
/

noun

Australian
A docile cow or bullock used as a decoy to attract wild cattle.
More example sentences
  • The traditional method of moving cattle by mixing quiet, handled stock or ‘coachers ‘into a wild mob was no longer considered economic.’
  • Gradually, scattered groups of cattle amalgamate, converging on X17 bore where four horsemen and coachers wait patiently.

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