Translation of lectern in Spanish:

lectern

Pronunciation: /ˈlektərn; ˈlektɜːn/

n

  • atril (m); (in church) facistol (m)
    More example sentences
    • The sound reflected from the lectern arrives toward the rear of the mic, where sound is rejected.
    • Choose from large models for video projection, mobile lecterns, traditional, and tabletop lecterns.
    • It won't automatically dim the lights for you, but you can control that from the lectern, too.

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