"tutor" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

tutor
[ˈtjuːtə(r)]
sustantivo
1. tutor(ora) (sustantivo masculino o femenino) (at university) (británico)
  • private tutor -> profesor(ora) (sustantivo masculino o femenino) particular
verbo transitivo
también:
  • to tutor somebody in French -> dar clases particulares de francés a alguien

tutor [tiu-tar]
sustantivo
1. Tutor, ayo, preceptor.
1. Enseñar, instruir.
2. Señorear, mandar imperiosamente.
va.

tutor [ˈtjuːtəʳ]
noun
(private teacher) profesoraprofesora (m) (f) particular;a profesora (Britain) (Univ) tutoratutora (m) (f);a tutora (teaching assistant) profesoraprofesora (m) (f) auxiliar;a profesora (counsellor, supervisor) profesor (m) consejero; profesora (f) consejera; (eg for OU) also (Jur) tutoratutora (m) (f);a tutora
verb:transitive
to tutor sb in Latin dar clases particulares de latín a algn
modifier
tutor group (n) (Britain) (Educ) grupo (m) de tutoría

Verb Conjugations for "tutor" (go to el tutor)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I tutor I tutored I will tutor
you tutor you tutored you will tutor
he/she tutors he/she tutored he/she will tutor
we tutor we tutored we will tutor
you tutor you tutored you will tutor
they tutor they tutored they will tutor
Complete tutor conjugation >

tutor, -ora
masculine or feminine noun
1. guardian (law)
2. tutor (profesor) (privado); form o (en colegio, instituto) (British)class teacher (United States)

tutor [too-tor']
noun
1. Tutor, instructor. (m)
2. Guardian of the person and estate of a minor. (m)
3. Defender, protector. (m)

tutora tutora
1 (Jur) guardian
2 (Univ) tutor
tutor(a) de curso (Escol) form master/mistress
(Agr) prop; stake

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