talk giving information about a subject to an audience or a class, often as part of a teaching programme
long reproach or scolding
give a lecture or course of lectures
"he attended a lecture on telecommunications"
"a good lecture was my father's idea of discipline"
"the teacher gave him a talking to"
"She will talk at Rutgers next week"
"Did you ever lecture at Harvard?"
"The mother scolded the child for entering a stranger's car"
"The deputy ragged the Prime Minister"
"The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup"
He had evolved from the lecture of the letters a definite conviction.
出自： J. Conrad
He lectured on public hygiene.
The explorer lectured on life in the Arctic.
What's he lecturing on tomorrow?
他明天讲授什么? lecture sb about〔on〕 sth
He lectured the children on good manners.
Older children don't like being lectured at.
The director is always lecturing Jim for being late.
The teacher lectured John for being lazy.
Peter was severely lectured for lack of consideration for his mother.
The new secretary was being lectured for the poor quality of her work.
误 He made a lecture to the students.
正 He delivered〔gave〕 a lecture to the students.