Tutor - definition, pronunciation, transcription
I got a tutor to help me with my homework.
He is a tutor in European history.
She earned extra money tutoring in the evening.
...bought a video series designed to tutor a person in the fine art of decorating cakes...
The children were educated at home by a succession of tutors.
She was my tutor at Durham.
He was privately tutored.
Young men were tutored in the art of handling horses.
During my illness I was taught by a series of home tutors.
She was tutored at home during her illness.
His mind is not yet tutored to the philosophy of the subject.
She tutored me in Spanish
He was engaged as a tutor.
The tutor assessed the student's strengths and weaknesses.
She had once discovered him playing cards with his tutor.
present participle: tutoring
past tense: tutored
past participle: tutored