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Definition of tuition noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



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  1. 1the money that you pay to be taught, especially in a college or university
  2. 2tuition (in something) (formal) the act of teaching something, especially to one person or to people in small groups She received private tuition in French. The course involves six hours of individual tuition per week. I studied dance for two years under her expert tuition.
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