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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.
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lecturer

(ˈlɛktʃərə)
n
1. (Professions) a person who lectures
2. (Professions) a teacher in higher education without professorial status
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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"
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lecturer

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

noun
One who delivers a public speech:
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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
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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
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

lecturer

nDozent(in) m(f); (= speaker)Redner(in) m(f); assistant lecturer˜ Assistent(in) m(f); senior lecturer Dozent(in) in höherer Position
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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
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

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.
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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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