Tesauro Inglês

Sinônimos de lesson

(substantivo) 
Definition
the content of such a period
She took piano lessons.
Sinônimos
class
They put me into a remedial maths class.
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schooling
the schooling of horses
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period
a Biology period
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teaching
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coaching
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session
an emergency session of parliament
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instruction
Each candidate is given instruction in safety.
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lecture
In his lecture he covered an enormous variety of topics.
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seminar
Students are asked to prepare material in advance of each weekly seminar.
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tutoring
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tutorial
Methods of study include lectures, tutorials and practical work.
(substantivo) 
Definition
an experience that serves as a warning or example
There is one lesson to be learned from this crisis.
Sinônimos
example
We were punished as an example to others.
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warning
I hope that your story acts as a warning to other people.
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model
the Chinese model of economic reform
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message
The report's message was unequivocal.
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moral
The moral of the story is, let the buyer beware.
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exemplar
They viewed their new building as an exemplar of taste.
(substantivo) 
Definition
material assigned for individual study
Now let's look at lesson one.
Sinônimos
exercise
Try working through the opening exercises in this chapter.
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practice
netball practice
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task
He had the unenviable task of breaking the bad news.
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drill
A local army base teaches them military drill.
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assignment
The course involves written assignments and practical tests.
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homework
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recitation
The transmission began with a recitation from the Koran.
(substantivo) 
Definition
a passage of Scripture read during a church service
The Rev. Nicola Judd read the lesson.
Sinônimos
Bible reading
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reading
a poetry reading
, ,
Bible passage
,
Scripture passage
(substantivo) 
Sinônimos
,
warning
He was given a severe warning from the referee.
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censure
It is a controversial policy which has attracted international censure.
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rebuke
`Silly little boy' was his favourite expression of rebuke.
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reprimand
He has been given a severe reprimand.
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scolding
He was given a scolding for offending his opponents.
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chiding
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admonition
She is full of admonitions about smoking now that she's given up.
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reproof
a reproof that she responded to right away

Sinônimos adicionais

in the sense of admonition
She is full of admonitions about smoking now that she's given up.
Sinônimos
berating,
chiding,
telling off (informal),
upbraiding,
remonstrance (formal)
in the sense of assignment
Definition
something that has been assigned, such as a task
The course involves written assignments and practical tests.
in the sense of censure
Definition
severe disapproval
It is a controversial policy which has attracted international censure.
Sinônimos
dressing down (informal),
stick (slang),
sideswipe,
reprehension

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