Definition of 'mentor'
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Mentor planet Mercury focuses on work and inspires you to aim higher. The Sun (2016)It's a weird one how the relationship evolves and you go from being their coach to a friend and mentor. The Sun (2017)Your bargaining skills get an upgrade now that your mentor planet Mercury brings out the serious and smart side of your personality. The Sun (2016)Legend says West has been a friend and mentor for the past 15 years. The Sun (2016)Mentor planet Mercury makes facts and figures easier to understand, helping home plans. The Sun (2016)All mentors and practice advisers receive training and support. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Since then he has trodden exactly the same path as his old mentor. The Sun (2010)Another older pastor who became a mentor offered some advice. Christianity Today (2000)Find a mentor to train under and be prepared to work. The Sun (2009) Former mentors raise money by running marathons and other sponsored pursuits. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They can also be good mentors and genuinely help others. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Many employers are using older people as mentors. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Failure by their mentors to give good direction. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Your mentor planet Saturn gives you the determination to make you stand out from the crowd. The Sun (2012)This fuels your fund of mentors, advisers and patrons. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Students also benefit from an employer's mentor panel for advice. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Your mentor planet Pluto turns wild ambitions into workable ones. The Sun (2012)It will deploy teams to assist, train and mentor other armies. The Sun (2012)The firm's mentor and buddy schemes mean staff are not left without support to reach their career goals. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I thought of my parents, my former mentors and my friends watching at home. Times, Sunday Times (2016)To apply to become a mentor on the programme, it is not necessary to have run a business, been a manager or had any experience in mentoring. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'mentor'
British English: mentor NOUN
A person's mentor is someone who gives them help and advice over a period of time.
He was my mentor and my friend.
British English: mentor VERB
To mentor someone means to give them help and advice over a period of time, especially help and advice related to their job.
He had mentored scores of younger doctors.
Definition of mentor from the Collins English Dictionary
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