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Phonetic Respelling: [ lek-cher ]

Definition: Play

n. a talk given before an audience or class especially for instruction; v. to criticize someone severely or angrily especially for personal failings

Sentence: Play Play

His lectures often stray to interesting but irrelevant subjects.

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His lectures often stray to interesting but irrelevant subjects.

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Finals were over but the teacher continued with his soporific lectures.

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His anecdotal lectures were interesting.

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Who planned on giving a series of lectures on the 'Advantage of Magnification?'

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He endures his father's long lectures.

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The lectures are designed to orient new students. OR I will visit the Orient.

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In his lectures he reveals himself to be merely a perfunctory speaker.

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Synonyms: Play

talk; speech; scold; discourse

Antonyms: Play

silence; praise

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