- v.当家庭教师( tutor的过去式和过去分词 ); 任大学导师; 任课;
I tutored in economics.
She was tutored at home during her illness.
She was tutored at home during her long illness.
He tutored me in English.
They tutored men in treason.
John tutored the child in English.
He tutored the child in mathematics.
He tutored men in treason.
We were introduced by the teacher who tutored me in college.
He has already tutored 15 post - graduate master students and 10 doctoral students.
He had been tutored at home for five years.
The great majority were tutored by parents.
He tutored the child in physics.
She tutored me in Spanish.
He tutored for a living.
1. (all used chiefly with qualifiers `well' or `poorly' or `un-') having received specific instruction;
"well tutored applicants"