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lecture

US [ˈlektʃər]
UK [ˈlektʃə(r)]
  • n.演讲;训斥
  • v.讲课;训斥
  • Web讲座;报告;讲演
Plural Form:lectures  Present Participle:lecturing  Past Tense:lectured  
Lecture
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n.
1.
(通常指大学里的)讲座,讲课,演讲a talk that is given to a group of people to teach them about a particular subject, often as part of a university or college course
to deliver/give a lecture to first-year students
给一年级学生讲课
to attend a series of lectures on Jane Austen
听关于简 ) 奥斯汀的系列讲座
a lecture room/hall
演讲室;演讲厅
2.
(冗长的)教训,训斥,谴责a long angry talk that sb gives to one person or a group of people because they have done sth wrong
I know I should stop smoking─don't give me a lecture about it.
我知道我该戒烟,别再教训我了。
v.
1.
[i]
~ (in/on sth)
(尤指在大学里)开讲座,讲授,讲课to give a talk or a series of talks to a group of people on a subject, especially as a way of teaching in a university or college
She lectures in Russian literature.
她讲授俄罗斯文学。
2.
[t]
~ sb (about/on sth).~ sb (about doing sth)
(尤指恼人地)指责,训斥,告诫to criticize sb or tell them how you think they should behave, especially when it is done in an annoying way
He's always lecturing me about the way I dress.
他对我的衣着总是指手画脚的。

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