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Verb
/ˈt(y)o͞otər/,
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tutors, plural;
  1. Act as a tutor to (a single student or a very small group)
    • - his children were privately tutored
  2. Work as a tutor

Noun
  1. A private teacher, typically one who teaches a single student or a very small group

  2. A university or college teacher responsible for the teaching and supervision of assigned students

  3. An assistant lecturer in a college or university


  1. be a tutor to someone; give individual instruction; "She tutored me in Spanish"
  2. coach: a person who gives private instruction (as in singing, acting, etc.)
  3. act as a guardian to someone
  4. A tutor is a person employed in the education of others, either individually or in groups.
  5. TUTOR (also known as PLATO Author Language) is a programming language developed for use on the PLATO system at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign around 1965. ...
  6. The Tutor is an adaptation by the twentieth-century German dramatist Bertolt Brecht of an eighteenth-century play by Lenz.
  7. (The Tutors) The Tudors is an Irish/Canadian produced historical fiction television series created by Michael Hirst. The series is based loosely upon the reign of English monarch Henry VIII, and is named after the Tudor dynasty.
  8. One who teaches another (usually called a student, learner, or tutee) in a one-on-one or small-group interaction; To instruct or teach, especially to an individual or small group
  9. (tutoring) may range from one-on-one tutoring in specific subjects to tutoring in an area such as math, reading, or writing. Most tutors are college students; at some colleges, they are specially trained and certified.
  10. (Tutoring) An option offered by most college and universities to assist students who need assistance in a particular subject, such as languages, writing, and math. Often, tutors are outstanding juniors or seniors (or graduate students).
  11. (Tutoring) Assistance offered by a professional or highly-successful students/peers in a given course of academic study.
  12. (Tutoring) Assisting a student with some aspect of his or her schooling, such as mathematics or language skills. Tutoring goes beyond the attention given to the student in a regular classroom setting.
  13. (Tutoring) Free assistance available for students who wish to strengthen their academic skills in a specific course.
  14. (Tutoring) Providing additional academic support and instruction.
  15. (Tutoring) Special mentoring by faculty or other qualified individuals for classroom and clinical work.
  16. (Tutors) A tutor is a person, generally another student, who has completed and/or demonstrated proficiency in a course or subject, and is able to provide instruction to another student. Tutors usually help students better understand course material and make better grades. ...
  17. (TUTORS) contact the department offering the course for which academic assistance is needed; fees vary; arrangements should be made early in the term for best results. Also, see Math Lab and Writing Center.
  18. (Tutors) of the Diploma in International Trade:
  19. Person responsible for supervising, training and monitoring young people during periods of in-company training.
  20. Person whose task is to guide and help the students in learning and human growth.
  21. One who has been lawfully appointed to care for the person and property of a minor
  22. A book, or nowadays often a book plus tape/CD/video, that teaches you how to play an instrument. May contain exercises, but generally not any “real” music to play.
  23. Tutors are experienced adults or students who help others study a specific subject.
  24. Narguess Farzad, Senior Fellow, Department of Languages and Cultures of the Near and Middle East, SOAS
  25. n. A fellow responsible for your pastoral care.