Lecture [noun]

Definition of Lecture:

lesson, speech

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Opposite/Antonyms of Lecture:


Sentence/Example of Lecture:

Sanders has done research that shows that college students tend to learn better when they have access to videos of lectures.

He and Dung Bui, then also at Washington University, had students listen to a lecture on car brakes and pumps.

Like thousands of US colleges and universities this spring, Simmons University in Boston had to adjust to Covid-19 on the fly, closing lecture halls and moving classes online.

Nor did it touch you as a student seated in the wood-paneled lecture halls of law school.

Concerts, theatrical performances, award shows, conventions, lecture tours – every large in-person event across the country was either cancelled or postponed for the foreseeable future.

More immediately compelling, on the back of this year’s explosion in online meetings, is various new products to facilitate VR meetings and lectures.

As we were leaving the lecture theater, somehow we ended up going the same direction that Hawking was.

One day my calculus teacher said there’s a guy named Harold Stark coming to Caltech to give a series of lectures.

I told her, when I wrote last, how I felt; and you never read such a lecture as she gave me in return.

However, he arrived in Aberdeen radiant, gave his lecture, and at the end was presented by Donald with a cheque for twenty pounds.