[ UK /tjˈuːtɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈtutɝ/ ]
  1. be a tutor to someone; give individual instruction
    She tutored me in Spanish
  2. act as a guardian to someone
  1. a person who gives private instruction (as in singing, acting, etc.)
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How To Use tutor In A Sentence

  • Statutory rape laws were first enacted to protect minors from older predators.
  • By May of 1999, the foundation offered two scholarship programs and intensive SAT tutoring for high school juniors and seniors.
  • Does it really make sense to conceive of a tutorial existing in isolation?
  • The claim was for breach of statutory duty and negligence.
  • The students and faculty sometimes lead the community members through a brief demonstration of a PBL case tutorial session.
  • For example, the huge student population makes it impossible for teachers to conduct seminars or offer individual tutorials to students.
  • He also worked part time tutoring during the university term.
  • Without a tutor to mark your work, how will you know if you got it right?
  • The broadcasting media are statutorily required to be impartial.
  • This induced those airs, and a love to those diversions, which make a young widow, of so lively a turn, the unfittest tutoress in the world, even to her own daughter. Clarissa Harlowe
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