tuteur

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French

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tuteur (plural tuteurs)

  1. A four-sided pyramid- or obelisk-like trellis designed to help train climbing plants.

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin tutor, tutoris.

Noun[edit]

tuteur m (plural tuteurs, feminine tutrice)

  1. guardian
  2. (education) tutor
  3. (horticulture) tuteur

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