Definitions for "Tutor"
One who has the charge of a child or pupil and his estate; a guardian.
A private or public teacher.
An officer or member of some hall, who instructs students, and is responsible for their discipline.
Keywords:  pupil, tju, fourteen, twelve, solve
5tju:t[ / n. someone who teaches one pupil or small group, and is paid directly by them
one appointed to manage the estate of a pupil below twelve years of age if a female, and fourteen if a male.
Each pupil has an individual tutor who takes an active interest in all aspects of their progress. Tutors are on hand to talk through and help to solve any problems pupils may have.
A person (usually a studentische Hilfskraft), who offers guidance in Übungen or Praktika.
Keywords:  treasurer, keeper
A treasurer; a keeper.
A person employed by the University to support the assistant in managing and correcting the exercises. In German a Tutor is called "Hilfsassistent" (HA).
Keywords:  taught, edu, class, oversees, former
In taking a particular course you may be taught by a number of people. Your tutor oversees your tutorial class. U—V—W—X—Y—Z
a former class project made available on a permanent basis by Edu Query
a possibility, or perhaps a study group connected to the classes you are taking
Keywords:  judaism, apart, rest, child, desirable
a less desirable option in general, because in a one-on-one situation, the child will see Judaism as an activity apart from the rest of his or her life
Keywords:  chicago, faculty, agreed, member, take
a member of the Chicago faculty who has agreed to take responsibility for their work
Keywords:  guards, thing, care, watches, protects
One who guards, protects, watches over, or has the care of, some person or thing.
Keywords:  answer, tool, key
a tool, not an answer key
Keywords:  minor, trustee, adult, legal, charge
The person designated in a Will to be the legal adult in charge of the person of a minor. This can be the same individual or a different one than the Trustee.
Keywords:  treat, severity, authority, play
To play the tutor toward; to treat with authority or severity.