Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of tutor.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tutor.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Everybody says stuff like this all the time as if it were self-evidently true, but almost nobody can point to examples of analogous professionals (college professors, coaches, violin tutors) flocking to work with the “highest-need students.”

    Matthew Yglesias » Getting to Effectiveness

  • Our duty as teachers and tutors is help students learn our crazy, confusing, and often misspelled language ..

    English Teachers Help Adult Students Realize Their Goals « Articles « Literacy News

  • Along with a clean and easy to use interface, what sets TypingWeb apart from other free typing tutors is the ability to change the language and keyboard layout.

    TypingWeb Offers Free Typing Lessons | Lifehacker Australia

  • I got talking to some of the tutors from the Fashion Discipline, who were interested in how open content might relate to fashion.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Luckily I have two built-in tutors, my 13-year-old son Max and my 11-year-old daughter Jackie, who have taken it upon themselves to straighten out my language faux pas.

    About - French Word-A-Day

  • These men were occasionally called tutors and they were not only answerable for caring for the children, but also for educating them.

    EzineArticles

  • I recall at University, one of my tutors was a Russian who had lived under the Soviet system.

    Unhinder us!

  • For the students, it's nothing more than a guessing game, wondering what it is that the tutors are after, and hoping that they get it right.

    Tight Briefs

  • For example, one of our tutors is a producer and documentary maker, so we had a module on the business of screen project development with a lot of examples and emphasis placed upon documentaries.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • At Christ Church, one of our tutors was the celebrated lamented Otto Rose, who would have been a bishop under the present Government, had not an immoderate indulgence in water-gruel cut short his elegant and useful career.

    The Fitz-Boodle Papers

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