1. tutor => tutelage.
- tutelage (n.)
- "guardianship," c. 1600, from -age + Latin tutela "a watching, keeping, safeguard, protection," from variant past participle stem of tueri "watch over" (see tutor (n.)). Meaning "instruction" first appeared 1857.
- 1. He made good progress under her tutelage.
- 2. Far from resenting such tutelage, I am only too glad to avail myself of it.
- 我决不憎恨这种教育,相反, 我十分高兴对它加以利用.
- 3. It had deprived Michael of two years of valuable experience and training under his father's tutelage.
- 4. Today, under Flanagan's tutelage , she is very much a winner.
- 今天, 在弗拉纳根的指导下, 她是个十足的成功者.
- 5. I gained valuable training under his tutelage.
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