n. 讲座; 教训
v. 作演讲; 训诫
A lecture is a talk someone gives in order to teach people about a particular subject, usually at a university or college.
...a series of lectures by Professor Eric Robinson...
In his lecture Riemann covered an enormous variety of topics.
If you lecture on a particular subject, you give a lecture or a series of lectures about it.
She then invited him to Atlanta to lecture on the history of art...
She has danced, choreographed, lectured and taught all over the world...
If someone lectures you about something, they criticize you or tell you how they think you should behave.
He used to lecture me about getting too much sun...
Chuck would lecture me, telling me to get a haircut...
1. a speech that is open to the public;
2. a lengthy rebuke;
3. teaching by giving a discourse on some subject (typically to a class)
1. deliver a lecture or talk;
2. censure severely or angrily;
address, speech, lecture, oration, report, talk
class, lesson, lecture, course
What made you stop away from that lecture?
The lecture was given under the auspices of the Academy of Sciences.
In his lecture, he bore down on the importance of idiomatic usage in a language.
Don't lecture the child.
I take it as a pleasure to attend your lecture.