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From French mentor from Ancient Greek Μέντωρ (Mentōr), Mentor), a mythological character in the Odyssey.

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Singular
Mentor

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Mentors

Mentor (plural Mentors)
  1. A wise and trusted counselor or teacher

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to Mentor

Third person singular
Mentors

Simple past
Mentored

Past participle
Mentored

Present participle
Mentoring

to Mentor (third-person singular simple present Mentors, present participle Mentoring, simple past and past participle Mentored)
  1. (transitive) To act as someone's mentor

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From Ancient Greek Μέντωρ (Mentōr), Mentor), a mythological character in the Odyssey.

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  • IPA: /mɛntər/, [ˈmɛntˢɐ]

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Mentor c. (singular definite Mentoren, plural indefinite Mentorer)

  1. mentor

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From the Homeric mythological figure Mentor

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Mentor m. (plural mentors or mentoren, diminutive mentortje, diminutive plural mentortjes)

  1. A mentor, wise/grey adviser, tutor etc.

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Mentor m. (plural Mentors)

  1. mentor, guide

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Mentor c.

Inflection for Mentor Singular Plural
common Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Base form Mentor mentorn Mentorer Mentorerna
Possessive form Mentors mentorns Mentorers Mentorernas
  1. A mentor

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mentor m. (plural: mentoriaid)

  1. A mentor

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Patrono:Cy-mut-m

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