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stage·coach

 (stāj′kōch′)
n.
A four-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle formerly used to transport mail and passengers over a regular route.
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stagecoach

(ˈsteɪdʒˌkəʊtʃ)
n
(Automotive Engineering) a large four-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle formerly used to carry passengers, mail, etc, on a regular route between towns and cities
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stage•coach

(ˈsteɪdʒˌkoʊtʃ)

n.
a horse-drawn coach that formerly traveled over a fixed route with passengers, parcels, etc.
[1630–40]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.stagecoach - a large coach-and-four formerly used to carry passengers and mail on regular routes between towns; "we went out of town together by stage about ten or twelve miles"
coach-and-four, four-in-hand, coach - a carriage pulled by four horses with one driver
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Translations
عَرَبَة البَريد
dostavník
diligence
postakocsi
dostavník

stagecoach

[ˈsteɪdʒkəʊtʃ] Ndiligencia f
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stagecoach

stage-coach [ˈsteɪdʒkəʊtʃ] ndiligence fstage direction nindication f scéniquestage door nentrée f des artistesstage fright ntrac m
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stagecoach

[ˈsteɪdʒˌkəʊtʃ] ndiligenza
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stage2

(steidʒ) noun
1. a period or step in the development of something. The plan is in its early stages; At this stage, we don't know how many survivors there are.
2. part of a journey. The first stage of our journey will be the flight to Singapore.
3. a section of a bus route.
4. a section of a rocket.
ˈstagecoach noun
a closed vehicle pulled by horses that travelled in former times along a regular route and carried passengers and mail.
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References in classic literature ?
That they had arrived at Edinburgh a few Days before and from thence had made daily Excursions into the Country around in the Stage Coach they were then in, from one of which Excursions they were at that time returning.
They may likewise be compared to a stage coach, which performs constantly the same course, empty as well as full.
The old stage coach was rumbling along the dusty road that runs from Maplewood to Riverboro.
Her mother helped her into the stage coach, deposited a bundle and a bouquet of lilacs beside her, superintended the "roping on" behind of an old hair trunk, and finally paid the fare, counting out the silver with great care.
John's story began in 1777 when the Lion was redeveloped by John Ashby with the assembly room and dining room added He described how the next owner Robert Lawrence was instrumental in the development of both the Lion Hotel and Shrewsbury in prosperity, by his association with the development of Stage Coach routes between London and Holyhead.
A witness, the stage coach driver has sworn that he saw Gallant stab a Kansas senator, and it seems certain he will hang for a crime he did not commit.
and ensure our the heart and a We stage coach I've closer to If And Ton"It will be nice to have somewhere that we can call a real home.
The former stage coach driver started training at Ayr in 1893 and enjoyed plenty of success under both codes from his Craigie Road base during a near 50-year career, headlined by Creebrae's victory in the 1938 Molyneux Chase at Aintree.
Toad's Wild Ride, Snow White's Adventures, Space Station X-1, Jungle Cruise and Stage Coach.
Writing the Stage Coach Nation: Locality on the Move in Nineteenth-Century British Literature.
Anyway, as soon as his tune ended we knew the stage coach would be held up and our hero would be galloping hell for pop across the prairie.
Also highly recommended for all ages is the colorful "Lucky Luke Adventure" graphic novel series by Morris, about a wild west cowboy who shoots faster than his own shadow; in the 55th book "Lucky Luke: Arizona" (9781849182683, $11.95) Lucky battles stage coach robbers and a gang of cheaters, and in the 56th book "Lucky Luke: Under a Western Sky" (9781849182737, $11.95) Lucky Luke enters a horse race to earn some much-needed money, but his faithful steed Jolly Jumper is stolen just before the race begins!