Mentor and Tutor


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Mentor verb – To give advice and instruction to (someone) regarding the course or process to be followed.
Usage example: we're looking for volunteers to mentor students in the theater arts

Tutor is a synonym for mentor in person topic. In some cases you can use "Tutor" instead the word "Mentor" as a noun or a verb, when it comes to topics like advise, guide, trainer, pedagogue. popular alternative
Synonyms for Mentor


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Tutor verb – To cause to acquire knowledge or skill in some field.
Usage example: tutored me in Spanish

Mentor is a synonym for tutor in person topic. You can use "Mentor" instead the word "Tutor" as a noun or a verb, if it concerns topics such as guide, pedagogue, physical education instructor, person who teaches another privately. popular alternative
Nearby Words: tutored, tutorial, tutoring, tutorship, tutorage
Synonyms for Tutor

How words are described

beloved beloved mentor beloved tutor
old old mentor old tutor
female female mentor female tutor
best best mentor best tutor
Other adjectives: alien, future, wise, actual, real, great, black, excellent, young, personal, new, former, broken, mysterious, elderly.

Both words in one sentence

  • Stern Teacher Taarun, who was shown in one scene to be a young Frieza's tutor/mentor.
    Source: Stern Teacher
  • He became a Catholic priest, and from there Pierre's good-natured but firm tutor and mentor.
  • White Man's Burden Taking pity on the other character's plight, they selflessly volunteer themselves as the other's tutor, mentor, or caretaker to make things better.
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