コーチ

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from English coach

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

コーチ (rōmaji kōchi)

  1. a coach (trainer)
    • 2011 June 22, Aoyama, Gosho, “やっかいなんけん [A Troublesome Difficult Case]”, in めいたんていコナン [Legendary Detective Conan], volume 72 (fiction, in Japanese), Tokyo: Shogakukan, ISBN 978-4-09-122898-7, page 10:
      Though Minerva asked you to quit coaching her, she didn’t hope you give up tennis and become her husband…(ミネルバがあなたにコーチめてとったのは、テニスからあしあらってただのおっとになってしかったわけじゃないのよ?)She hope you recall the feeling…(このかんかくもどしてしかったから…)
      Though Minerva asked you to quit coaching her, she didn’t hope you give up tennis and become her husband… (Mineruba ga anata kōchi o yamete to itta no wa, tenisu kara ashi o aratteta dano otto ni natte hoshikatta wake ja nai no yo?) She hope you recall the feeling… (Kono kankaku o torimodoshite hoshikatta kara…)
      Though she asked you to quit coaching her, she didn’t wish you to give up tennis to be her husband? She just wished that you could feel this sensation again…