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lec·tur·er

 (lĕk′chər-ər)
n.
1. One who delivers lectures, especially professionally.
2.
a. A member of the faculty of a college or university usually having qualified status without rank or tenure.
b. A faculty member ranking below an assistant professor.
c. The academic rank held by such a faculty member.
3. Chiefly British A university teacher, especially one ranking next below a reader.

lecturer

(ˈlɛktʃərə)
n
1. (Professions) a person who lectures
2. (Professions) a teacher in higher education without professorial status
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lecturer - a public lecturer at certain universitieslecturer - a public lecturer at certain universities
educator, pedagog, pedagogue - someone who educates young people
2.lecturer - someone who lectures professionally
speaker, talker, verbaliser, verbalizer, utterer - someone who expresses in language; someone who talks (especially someone who delivers a public speech or someone especially garrulous); "the speaker at commencement"; "an utterer of useful maxims"

lecturer

noun teacher, tutor, academic, professor, don, reader, speaker, preacher, public speaker, expositor a lecturer in Law at Southampton University

lecturer

noun
One who delivers a public speech:
Translations
مُحَاضِرٌمُحاضِر
přednášející
forelæserlektor
luennoitsijaapupappilehtoriluennoija
predavač
előadó
fyrirlesari
講師
강사
prednášajúci
predavatelj
föreläsare
ผู้บรรยาย
okutmankonferansçı
giảng viên

lecturer

[ˈlektʃərəʳ] N (= visitor) → conferenciante mf (Brit) (Univ) → profesor(a) m/f

lecturer

[ˈlɛktʃərər] n
(British) (at university)professeur mf d'université
She's a lecturer → Elle est professeur d'université.
senior lecturer (British)chargé(e) m/f d'enseignement
(= speaker) → conférencier/ière m/flecture theatre n = lecture hall

lecturer

nDozent(in) m(f); (= speaker)Redner(in) m(f); assistant lecturer˜ Assistent(in) m(f); senior lecturer Dozent(in) in höherer Position

lecturer

[ˈlɛktʃrəʳ] n (Brit) (Univ) → professore/essa, docente m/f (universitario/a); (speaker) → conferenziere/a
assistant lecturer (Brit) → professore/essa associato/a
senior lecturer (Brit) → professore/essa ordinario/a

lecture

(ˈlektʃə) noun
1. a formal talk given to students or other audiences. a history lecture.
2. a long and boring or irritating speech, warning or scolding. The teacher gave the children a lecture for running in the corridor.
verb
to give a lecture. He lectures on Roman Art; She lectured him on good behaviour.
ˈlecturer noun
a person who lectures, especially to students. He is a lecturer in the English department.

lecturer

مُحَاضِرٌ přednášející forelæser Vortragender λέκτωρ profesor universitario luennoitsija maître de conférences predavač relatore 講師 강사 spreker foreleser wykładowca conferencista, palestrante лектор föreläsare ผู้บรรยาย okutman giảng viên 讲师
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