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Translation of "lecture" - English-Spanish dictionary

lecture

noun   /ˈlek·tʃər/
B1 a talk to a group of people about a subject conferencia We went to a lecture on Italian art.
verb   /ˈlek·tʃər/ ( present participle lecturing, past tense and past participle lectured)
to speak to a group of people about a subject, usually at a university dar clases, dar conferencias For ten years she lectured in law.
(Definition of lecture from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lecture

noun /ˈlektʃə/
a formal talk given to students or other audiences conferencia, clase a history lecture.
a long and boring or irritating speech, warning or scolding reprimenda, sermón The teacher gave the children a lecture for running in the corridor.
lecturer noun
a person who lectures, especially to students conferenciante, profesor He is a lecturer in the English department.
(Definition of lecture from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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