Definition of tutorship in English:



See tutor

‘Classes take place twice weekly under the tutorship of a professional artist.’
  • ‘He will spend a few weeks under tutorship of officers at Corsham Police Station before starting work on the streets.’
  • ‘It is likely that, as one of the younger candidates and there only being twelve law tutorships available, he would be expected to wait another year.’
  • ‘Finally, he accepted a ten-month university tutorship in Launceston.’
  • ‘His department thought highly of him and granted him a tutorship.’



/ˈt(y)o͞odərˌSHip/ /ˈt(j)udərˌʃɪp/