Definition of lectureship in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˈlɛktʃəʃɪp/


A post as a lecturer: a three-year lectureship in English Literature
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  • Five annual lectureships are held which focus on specific areas or subspecialties of general surgery.
  • Annual presentations of the popular memorial lectureships celebrate the legacy of these fine physicians.
  • Here is a case study of a Bristol researcher who secured one such lectureship here at Bristol.

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