Definition of 'tutor'
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She also left her mental health nursing course after her tutors told her it would be better'if they parted ways '. The Sun (2017)Nearly half of all schoolchildren in London have had at least one tutor, but a quarter of those outside the capital have too. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Two of her tutor group wander over to chat. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The economics tutor was the opposite of helpful. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Some centres deliver the tutored elements over one week. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Talk to a course tutor to see if they can recommend certain students. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Our tutors at art college insisted we went to see his works. Times, Sunday Times (2008)My tutor is the man of my dreams. The Sun (2014)There were some formidable brains in that tutor group. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Having the tutor for one hour a week makes all the difference. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But he got a place at college where the tutors inspired him to apply to art school. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It might also be helpful to discuss your plans with a tutor on the course you have in mind. Life Without Work (1994)She employs four staff and 25 tutors. Times, Sunday Times (2013)If you are worried, contact their class teacher or tutor. The Sun (2010)There's more to good tutoring than subject knowledge and qualifications. Times, Sunday Times (2013)For a name that suggests utter correctness in all things Spanish, they should have tutored their staff on the menu and wine list. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In the meantime, I strongly recommend her tutors send her exam script to the college that rejected her. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Generally, three or four pupils sit down at their screens together, each working with an individual tutor with whom they talk or exchange messages. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'tutor'
British English: tutor /ˈtjuːtə/ NOUN
A tutor is a teacher at a British university or college.
He surprised his tutors by twice failing a second-year exam.
- American English: tutor
- Arabic: مُدَرِّس
- Brazilian Portuguese: professor
- Chinese: 家庭教师
- Croatian: učitelj
- Czech: lektor univerzitní
- Danish: vejleder
- Dutch: privéleraar
- European Spanish: tutor
- Finnish: yksityisopettaja
- French: tuteur
- German: Privatlehrer
- Greek: προγυμναστής
- Italian: insegnante privato
- Japanese: 個別指導教官
- Korean: 가정교사
- Norwegian: veileder
- Polish: nauczyciel
- European Portuguese: professor
- Romanian: îndrumător
- Russian: наставник
- Spanish: tutor
- Swedish: privatlärare
- Thai: ครูสอนพิเศษ
- Turkish: eğitmen ders
- Ukrainian: викладач
- Vietnamese: giáo viên phụ đạo
Definition of tutor from the Collins English Dictionary
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