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coachload

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcoachloadcoach‧load /ˈkəʊtʃləʊd $ ˈkoʊtʃloʊd/ noun [countable] British English 🔊 🔊 GROUP OF PEOPLEa group of people travelling in a coach, especially when it is fullcoachload of 🔊 coachloads of Japanese tourists
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coachloadOn that occasion, they returned to Berkeley with a coachload of other would-be foster parents empty-handed.Possibly he could bribe coachloads of tourists into each bringing back a bit with them.The service was televised, but demand was such that tickets had to be issued to the mourners, arriving by coachloads.But the coachloads of visitors from Szeged and other cities do not seem to mind.
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