Common misspellings for lecture:
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Definition of lecture:
- Subject matter expert's formal presentation and a question-and-answer session that typically follows.
- To read or deliver a lecture to.
- To reprove formally and with authority.
- To rebuke formally.
- To instruct by discourses: to instruct authoritatively: to reprove.
- To deliver a lecture or lectures.
- To deliver a formal talk.
- To give a lecture or lectures.
- To deliver a lecture to: reprove.
- To deliver a lecture.
- deliver a lecture or talk; " She will talk at Rutgers next week"; " Did you ever lecture at Harvard?"
- To instruct by discourses; to reprimand; to teach by instruction and reproof.
- To instruct formally or dogmatically; to instruct by formal discourse or explanation, as an audience or a class of students; to reprove.
- a lengthy rebuke; " a good lecture was my father's idea of discipline"; " the teacher gave him a talking to"
- a speech that is open to the public; " he attended a lecture on telecommunications"
- A discourse on any subject; especially, a formal or methodical discourse, intended for instruction; sometimes, a familiar discourse, in contrast with a sermon.
- A reprimand or formal reproof from one having authority.
- A rehearsal of a lesson.
- A formal talk on any subject; a lengthy reproof.
- A discourse on any subject: a formal reproof.
- A discourse; reading; formal reproof.
- A discourse; formal reproof.
- A discourse of a methodical nature on any subject; a reading with a tutor; an exposition; a reprimand; a formal reproof.
- A discourse read on any subject; a formal discourse intended to instruct; a formal reproof; pedantic discourse.