lecturer

[lek-cher-er]
noun
1.
a person who lectures.
2.
an academic rank given in colleges and universities to a teacher ranking below assistant professor.

Origin:
1560–70; lecture + -er1

sublecturer, noun
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lecturer (ˈlɛktʃərə)
 
n
1.  a person who lectures
2.  a teacher in higher education without professorial status

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Example sentences
From the gallery someone proposed three cheers for the lecturer, which were
  given with enthusiasm.
Those who knew his books found the author in the lecturer.
Probably, the closer contact with his audience as lecturer than as writer
  satisfied his hunger for sympathy.
He also enjoyed considerable popularity as a lecturer on art.
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