Definition of slowcoach in English:

slowcoach

Line breaks: slow|coach
Pronunciation: /ˈsləʊkəʊtʃ
 
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noun

British informal
A person who acts or moves slowly: ‘Come on, slowcoach,’ urged George
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  • The hope now is that slowcoach Europe will lift its performance in 2004, taking some of the pressure off the US workhorse.
  • Come along, slowcoach, spit spot, on the double now!
  • Eventually, after six hours on the back of the bike we swept those slowcoach cyclists over the finish line and there were all the rest of the entrants.

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