Translation of lecturer in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˈlektʃərər; ˈlektʃərə(r)/


  • 1.1 (speaker) conferenciante (mf), conferencista (mf) (AmL)
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    • However, if you are not within this distance of a listed lecturer, you may still request a visit.
    • Please indicate the name of the lecturer, the topic, and the desired date of the visit to your organization.
    • These Fellowships are designed to encourage able young lecturers in chemical, petroleum or mechanical engineering to stay in the education sector in the early years of their career.
    1.2 (esp BrE) [Educ] profesor universitario, profesora universitaria (m,f), profesor, -sora (m,f) de universidad he is a lecturer in French es profesor de francés or enseña francés en la universidad

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