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Definition of "tutors" []

  • A teacher, usually instructing individual pupils and often engaged privately (noun)
  • (at universities, colleges, etc) a member of staff responsible for the teaching and supervision of a certain number of students (noun)
  • The guardian of a pupil (noun)
  • To act as a tutor to (someone); instruct (verb)
  • To act as guardian to; have care of (verb)
  • To study under a tutor (verb)
  • To admonish, discipline, or reprimand (verb)
  • Plural form of tutor. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tutor. (verb)

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Use "tutors" in a sentence
  • "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.”"
  • "Our duty as teachers and tutors is help students learn our crazy, confusing, and often misspelled language .."
  • "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."