English → English - lecture

Pronunciation
n. discourse given before an audience (especially one that is instructive); tedious reprimand, formal reproof
v. deliver a discourse before an audience (especially one that is instructive); reprimand tediously, reprove formally
n. reading; interpretation, perusal

English → Spanish - lecture

Pronunciation
s. discurso, conferencia, disertación, perorata; clase; sermón
v. dar una conferencia, discursar, disertar, sermonear

English → French - lecture

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

English → German - lecture

Pronunciation
n. Vortrag; Moralpredigt, Rüge
v. Vortrag halten; moralpredigen, rügen

English → Indonesian - lecture

Pronunciation
n. kuliah, ceramah, kolese, pembacaan, lesing, omelan, kata-kata nasihat
v. memberi kuliah, mengkuliahkan, mengkuliahi, mengajarkan, menasihati, mengomeli

English → Italian - lecture

Pronunciation
s. conferenza, lezione; (fam) paternale, ramanzina, predicozzo
v. tenere una conferenza

English → Polish - lecture

Pronunciation
n. wykład, odczyt, prelekcja, referat
v. wykładać, wyłożyć

English → Portuguese - lecture

Pronunciation
s. palestra, aula, classe; lição de moral, reprovação constante
v. palestrar, dar aula; dar lição de moral, reprovar constantemente

English → Romanian - lecture

Pronunciation
n. prelegere, curs, conferinţă, cuvântare, morală, mustrare, dojană
v. ţine o prelegere, ţine un curs, ţine o conferinţă, conferenţia în faţă, face morală

English → Russian - lecture

Pronunciation
с. доклад, лекция, нотация, наставление, нравоучение
г. читать лекцию, читать нотации, выговаривать, отчитывать

English → Turkish - lecture

Pronunciation
f. konferans vermek, ders vermek, ders anlatmak, öğütler vermek, uyarmak, azarlamak
i. konferans, ders, uzun öğüt, uyarı, azar

English → Ukrainian - lecture

Pronunciation
n. лекція, лектура, нотація
v. лекція: читати лекцію, вичитувати, доповідати, повчати
a. лекційний

French → English - lecture

Pronunciation
(f) n. reading; interpretation, perusal

English → Dutch - lecture

Pronunciation
zn. lezing; de les gelezen; toespraak, berisping
ww. lezing houden; voordragen; de les lezen; langdurig berispen

English → Greek - lecture

Pronunciation
ουσ. διάλεξη, παράδοση, επίπληξη, νουθεσία, διδαχή
ρήμ. διδάσκω, επιπλήττω, δίδω διάλεξη

French → Spanish - lecture

Pronunciation
1. (à haute voix) lectura (f)
2. (livres) lectura (f)
3. (action) lectura (f)

French → German - lecture

Pronunciation
n. lektüre, lesung, lesen

French → Italian - lecture

Pronunciation
1. (à haute voix) lettura (f)
2. (livres) lettura (f)
3. (action) lettura (f)

French → Portuguese - lecture

Pronunciation
1. (à haute voix) leitura (f)
2. (livres) leitura (f)
3. (action) leitura (f)

French → Russian - lecture

Pronunciation
n. чтение (f), начитанность (f), прочтение (f), считывание (тех.) (f), отсчет (по шкале) (тех.) (f), показание (прибора) (f)

French → Turkish - lecture

Pronunciation
[la] okuma; metin

French → Dutch - lecture

Pronunciation
1. (à haute voix) lezing (f); voorlezing (f)
2. (livres) lectuur (f); leesstof (m/f)
3. (action) lezen (n)

English → Arabic - lecture

Pronunciation
‏محاضرة، وعظ، درس‏
‏حاضر، وعظ، وبخ رسميا‏

English → Chinese - lecture

Pronunciation
(名) 演讲, 教训, 谴责
(动) 讲演; 演讲; 说教; 训诫

English → Chinese - lecture

Pronunciation
(名) 演講, 教訓, 譴責
(動) 講演; 演講; 說教; 訓誡

English → Hindi - lecture

Pronunciation
n. व्याख्यान, उपदेश, फटकार, लेक्चर
v. व्याख्यान देना, व्याख्यान डाटना, भाषण देना, फटकारना

English → Japanese - lecture

Pronunciation
(動) 講義する; 説教する
(名) 講義; 説教

English → Korean - lecture

Pronunciation
명. 강의, 설교; 훈계, 잔소리
동. 강의하다, 강연하다; 훈계하다, 잔소리하다

English → Vietnamese - lecture

Pronunciation
n. cuộc diển thuyết, bài học
v. khiển trách, la rầy

Definition of lecture

Pronunciation
Noun
1. Teaching by giving a discourse on some subject (typically to a class).
2. A speech that is open to the public.
He attended a lecture on telecommunications.
A good lecture was my father's idea of discipline.
The teacher gave him a talking to.
Verb
4. Deliver a lecture or talk.
She will talk at Rutgers next week.
Did you ever lecture at Harvard?.
5. Censure severely or angrily.
The mother scolded the child for entering a stranger's car.
The deputy ragged the Prime Minister.
The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: lecturing
Present: lecture (3.person: lectures)
Past: lectured
Future: will lecture
Present conditional: would lecture
Present Perfect: have lectured (3.person: has lectured)
Past Perfect: had lectured
Future Perfect: will have lectured
Past conditional: would have lectured
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