2. (livres) lectura (f)
3. (action) lectura (f)
One could see by these words that he was hardly civilised, and did not have the experience to lecture.
During the lecture the train had been making good progress, and towards half-past twelve it reached the northwest border of the Great Salt lake.
Did you attend his/her lecture?
I even attended some art conferences and university lectures about Michelangelo!
I did not take notes during the lecture.
He is taking three lecture classes in German Studies this semester.
some plays were conducted in the historic Edinburgh castle, established theatres, pop-up theatres in parks, beautiful old churches and even lecture halls and conference theatres.
(since his years no longer permitted him to go to war) and was besides organizing future industrial enterprises to improve the conquered countries. His brother, "the Sage," was giving lectures
She's always lecturing me about my appearance.
"I really like how you've got the entire male population pegged," said Peter when I'd finished lecturing.