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coachload

Line breaks: coach|load
Pronunciation: /ˈkəʊtʃləʊd
 
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Definition of coachload in English:

noun

British
A group of people travelling in a coach: coachloads of tourists trudging round Oxford
More example sentences
  • In 1975 the hotel began its first package deals in an attempt to lure the Scots to York for New Year celebrations, and the idea became so popular that coachloads of people would descend on the city.
  • The champion jockey brought a coachload of family and friends to Doncaster to share in his achievement on the final day of the Flat season.
  • The group is one of the most active in the country and is sending more than 30 coachloads of marchers to the demonstration in London.

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