Definition of m'tutor in English:

m'tutor

noun

slang
  • In some British public schools: one's tutor. Also in plural: one's tutorial group or class.

Pronunciation

m'tutor

/məˈtjuːtə/ /məˈtʃuːtə/

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Margaret Oliphant (1828–1897), novelist and biographer. From my + tutor, perhaps after m'lud.