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  1. tu·tor
    IPA[ˈt(y)o͞odər]
  2. noun

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

      a voluntary tutor in adult literacy a private tutor tutor to the Prince of Wales
    • 2. a university or college teacher responsible for the teaching and supervision of assigned students:

      my history tutor tutor groups
    • 3. an assistant lecturer in a college or university.

    verb

    • 1. act as a tutor to (a single student or a very small group):

      his children were privately tutored
    • 2. work as a tutor:

      she is scraping a living on part-time tutoring she agreed to tutor a week's art course
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: tutor, plural noun: tutors

    • v.: verb: tutor, 3rd person present: tutors, gerund or present participle: tutoring, past tense: tutored, past participle: tutored

    • noun

      a private teacher, typically one who teaches a single pupil or a very small group:

      a university or college teacher responsible for the teaching and supervision of assigned students:

    • verb

      act as a tutor to (a single pupil or a very small group):

      work as a tutor:

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