tutor


tutor
m.
1 tutor, teacher, instructor, mentor.
2 guardian, child guardian.
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tutor
nombre masculino,nombre femenino
1 DERECHO guardian
2 figurado protector, guide
3 EDUCACIÓN tutor
nombre masculino tutor
1 AGRICULTURA stake, prop
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tutor
nombre masculino
1 AGRICULTURA stake, prop
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(f. - tutora)
noun
1) guardian
2) tutor
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tutor, -a
1. SM / F
1) (Jur) guardian
2) (Univ) tutor

tutor(a) de curso — (Escol) form master/mistress

2.
SM (Agr) prop, stake
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-tora masculino, femenino
1) (Educ) (encargado de curso) course tutor, class teacher; (en la universidad) tutor
2) (Der) guardian
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= mentor, tutor, course tutor.
Ex. Also, the students are encouraged to explore subjects on interest to them in their school libraries and report on their investigations, either orally or in writing, to a teacher who serves as a kind of counselor or mentor for the project.
Ex. A few large libraries contain an adult learning centre, which provides training courses for volunteer tutors, one-to-one tutoring or instruction in small groups.
Ex. Alternatively issues with library services can be raised through course committees, with your student representatives, the Students' Union or your course tutor.
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* del tutor = tutorial.
* tutor académico = teaching mentor.
* tutor legal = legal guardian.
* tutor tiránico = Svengali.
* tutor tiránico, mentor tiránico, = Svengali, Svengali.
* * *
-tora masculino, femenino
1) (Educ) (encargado de curso) course tutor, class teacher; (en la universidad) tutor
2) (Der) guardian
* * *
= mentor, tutor, course tutor.

Ex: Also, the students are encouraged to explore subjects on interest to them in their school libraries and report on their investigations, either orally or in writing, to a teacher who serves as a kind of counselor or mentor for the project.

Ex: A few large libraries contain an adult learning centre, which provides training courses for volunteer tutors, one-to-one tutoring or instruction in small groups.
Ex: Alternatively issues with library services can be raised through course committees, with your student representatives, the Students' Union or your course tutor.
* del tutor = tutorial.
* tutor académico = teaching mentor.
* tutor legal = legal guardian.
* tutor tiránico = Svengali.
* tutor tiránico, mentor tiránico, = Svengali, Svengali.

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tutor -tora
masculine, feminine
A (Der) guardian
firma/consentimiento del padre o tutor signature/consent of parent or guardian
B (Educ)
1 (encargado de curso) course tutor, class teacher, form teacher (BrE)
2 (en la universidad) tutor
3 (profesor particular) tutor
C
tutor masculine (de una planta) stake, prop
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tutor
-tora sustantivo masculino, femenino

1 (Educ) (encargado de curso) course tutor, class teacher;
(en la universidad) tutor
2 (Der) guardian
tutor,-ora sustantivo masculino y femenino
1 Jur guardian
2 Educ tutor
'tutor' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
guía
- profesor
- profesora
- tutora
- preparar
- pupilo
English:
guardian
- tutor
- coach
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tutor, -ora nm,f
1. Der guardian
2. [profesor] [privado] tutor;
[en colegio, instituto] Br form o US class teacher; [en universidad] tutor
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tutor
m, tutora f
1 JUR guardian
1 EDU tutor
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tutor, -tora n
1) : tutor
2) : guardian
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tutor n
1. (profesor) form tutor
el tutor de mi hijo my son's form tutor
2. (responsable) guardian
cuando murieron sus padres, su tío se convirtió en su tutor when his parents died, his uncle became his guardian

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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