A large, closed, four-wheeled carriage, having doors in the sides, and generally a front and back seat inside, each for two persons, and an elevated outside seat in front for the driver.
A first-class passenger car, as distinguished from a drawing-room car, sleeping car, etc. It is sometimes loosely applied to any passenger car.
A vehicle with enclosed passenger accommodations. In the broadest sense of the term, coach can be applied to most recreational vehicles. When used by itself, it usually refers to a motor home, most likely a Class A.
a railcar where passengers ride
a carriage pulled by four horses with one driver
a horse-drawn vehicle for more than one passenger that is covered for protection from the elements
a large enclosed four-wheeled carriage, drawn by four or more horses, with at least two rows of seats in the compartment, and usually with seats on the top etc
a particular horse-drawn vehicle on behalf of more than one passenger this is covered on behalf of protection from the components
a road or rail vehicle (also sometimes called a chair car ) designed to transport passengers
a type of road or rail vehicle
a large, sturdy, four-wheeled closed carriage pulled by four to six horses. It seated four, and might have the family's coat of arms painted on the door. The coach was driven by the coachman who sat on the elevated, exterior "driver's box" at the front of the vehicle, perhaps with a groom by his side and a pair of liveried footmen stationed in the back.
Large, covered four-wheeled vehicle.
A railway coach — also known, especially in the UK, as a railway carriage — is a passenger car designed for the conveyance of passengers by rail (the first such vehicles were, in fact, often road coaches mounted on frames equipped with railway wheels). A railway coach can be self-propelled (such as the Budd Rail Diesel Car, in which case it is known as a railcar), form part of a multiple unit of self-propelled vehicles, or be pulled or pushed by one or more locomotives either singly or together with other railroad cars.