lectureship

/lek"cheuhr ship'/, n.
the office of lecturer.
[1625-35; LECTURE + -SHIP]

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Universalium. 2010.

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  • Lectureship — Lec ture*ship, n. The office of a lecturer. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • lectureship — [lek′chərship΄] n. 1. the position or rank of a lecturer 2. a series of lectures or the foundation supporting such a series …   English World dictionary

  • lectureship — lec|ture|ship [ˈlektʃəʃıp US ər ] n a teaching job at a university or college in Britain, in which you give lectures to students lectureship in ▪ He was offered a lectureship in mathematics at Bristol University …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • lectureship — UK [ˈlektʃə(r)ʃɪp] / US [ˈlektʃərˌʃɪp] noun [countable] Word forms lectureship : singular lectureship plural lectureships the job of a lecturer …   English dictionary

  • lectureship — [[t]le̱ktʃə(r)ʃɪp[/t]] lectureships N COUNT A lectureship is the position of lecturer at a university or college …   English dictionary

  • lectureship — noun (C) the lowest teaching rank at a British university or college (+ in): a lectureship in mathematics …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • lectureship — noun see lecture I …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • lectureship — noun a) A position as a lecturer. b) A series of lectures, possibly by different lecturers, on a common theme …   Wiktionary

  • lectureship — lec|ture|ship [ lektʃər,ʃıp ] noun count the job of a lecturer …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • lectureship — lec·ture·ship || lektʃəʃɪp n. position of professor in an academic institution …   English contemporary dictionary

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