Meaning of tutorage in English:

tutorage

noun

See tutor

  • ‘Through his tutorage and by participating in the running and walking activities, the unhealthy have found nirvana.’
  • ‘Again, the differentiation between governance, management, and tutorage to the pupils is something that we have to differentiate.’
  • ‘Under McGuinness's tutorage Powell adopted a more expressionist style.’
  • ‘Frank was educated in New Plymouth and earned the title of architect under the tutorage of H.J.T. Edmonds.’
  • ‘I asked her how much she truly expected a common farmer's daughter to learn from such tutorage.’

Pronunciation

tutorage

/ˈtjuːt(ə)rɪdʒ/