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coaching
noun
1. (sports) 
a. el entrenamiento (M) 
I think that our basketball team would perform better with some more practice and coaching.Creo que nuestro equipo de baloncesto jugaría mejor con un poco más de práctica y entrenamiento.
2. (education) 
a. la preparación (F) 
The teacher told me I needed additional coaching if I wanted to pass the test.El profesor me dijo que necesitaba más preparación si quería aprobar la prueba
b. las clases (F) 
Some parents feel that it's unfair that not all students receive extracurricular coaching, because they can fall behind.A algunos padres les parece injusto que no todos los estudiantes reciban clases extraescolares, porque se pueden quedar rezagados.
3. (colloquial) (prompting) (United States) 
a. la ayuda (F) 
Why can't you just provide a direct answer without coaching?¿Por qué no puedes simplemente darme una respuesta directa sin ayuda?
coaching [ˈkəʊtʃɪŋ]
noun
1 (Dep) (training) entrenamiento (m)
The team has received outstanding coaching during the last few years
2 especially (US) (tuition) enseñanza (f) particular
Some parents are able to arrange for extra coaching in the skills that these tests measure
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