lecture in French

Pronunciation
n. conférence, cours; sermon, semonce, morale
v. faire une conférence, un cours; sermonner, faire la morale à

lecture in English

Pronunciation
(f) n. reading; interpretation, perusal

Example Sentences

Did you attend his/her lecture?
Avez-vous assisté à sa conférence?
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During the lecture the train had been making good progress, and towards half-past twelve it reached the northwest border of the Great Salt lake.
Mais pendant cette conférence, le train avait marché rapidement, et, vers midi et demi, il touchait à sa pointe nord-ouest le grand lac Salé.
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One could see by these words that he was hardly civilised, and did not have the experience to lecture.
On voyait bien par ces mots qu’il n’était guère civilisée et n’avait pas l’expérience des cours.
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A few people clapped after his lecture.
Quelques personnes applaudirent après son exposé.
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A naked lecture conveys boredom ; tales help precepts get through.
Une morale nue apporte de l'ennui ; le conte fait passer le précepte avec lui.
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As a matter of fact, his lecture was boring.
Nul ne pourrait contester, son cours était ennuyeux.
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Few people came to the lecture.
Peu de gens vinrent à la conférence.
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He began his lecture with a humorous anecdote.
Il commença son cours par une anecdote pleine d'humour.
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His lecture disappointed us.
Son cours nous a déçus.
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His lecture had a large audience.
Le public était nombreux pour sa conférence.
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