tutor tu·tor

tutor tu·tor
['tjuːtə(r)]
1. n
(private teacher) insegnante m/f privato (-a), (living with family) precettore m Brit Univ docente m/f (responsabile di un gruppo)
2. vt

to tutor sb in Italian — dare lezioni private d'italiano a qn


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