Synonyms of tutor
teacherDictionary • He surprised his tutors by failing the exam.
teacher • I'm a teacher with 21 years' experience.
coach • He has joined the team as a coach.
instructor • tuition from an approved driving instructor
educator • As a music educator, I taught in our city schools for many years.
guide • He was spiritual guide to a group of young monks.
lecturer • a lecturer in Law at Southampton University
guru • He set himself up as a faith healer and spiritual guru.
mentor • She has sacked her coach and mentor and is now relying on her father.
master or mistress
schoolmaster or schoolmistress
teachDictionary • She was at home, being tutored with her brothers.
teach • a programme to teach educational skills
educate • He was educated at the local grammar school.
school • He is schooled to spot trouble.
train • We train them in bricklaying and other building techniques.
coach • He coached me for my French A levels.
guide • He should have let his instinct guide him.
discipline • I'm very good at disciplining myself.
lecture • She has lectured and taught all over the world.
drill • He drills the choir to a high standard.
instruct • He instructs family members in nursing techniques.
edify • the ability of comedy to edify as well as to entertain an audience
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• He has joined the team as a coach.
coachWhen someone coaches a person or a team, they help them to become better at a particular sport.
• He coached me for my French A levels.
disciplineIf you discipline yourself to do something, you train yourself to behave and work in a strictly controlled and regular way.
• I'm very good at disciplining myself.
Thesaurus for tutor from the Collins English Thesaurus
a teacher, usually instructing individual pupils and often engaged privately