noun (U) a system of using people with a lot of experience, knowledge etc to advise other people at work, or in their professional life: Support for you in your new job will be provided by a system of mentoring menu /'menju:/ noun (C)
1 a list of all the kinds of food that are available for a meal, especially in a restaurant: Is there any fish on the menu? | Could we have the menu, please?
2 a list of things that you can choose from or ask a computer to do, that is shown on the screen of the computer: menu-driven (=operated by using a menu)

Longman dictionary of contemporary English. 2004.

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  • mentoring — men|tor|ing [ mentərıŋ ] noun uncount the use of mentors to teach less experienced people about their job or a particular subject …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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