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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchemistchem‧ist /ˈkemɪst/ ●●○ S3 noun [countable]  1 HCa scientist who has special knowledge and training in chemistry2 British EnglishMN someone trained to prepare drugs and medicines, who works in a shop syn pharmacist American English3 British English a shop where you can buy medicines, beauty products etc syn pharmacy, drugstore American English
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chemistNatural science managers usually start as a chemist, physicist, biologist, or other natural scientist.Both are available from Boots, chemists and all good stockists and cost £3.79 each.The Hair Sets range cost from chemists, supermarkets and stores around the country.Apparently the Disney studio had several requests from chemists for more information on the subject following the actual spectroscopic determination in 1959.This operates 7 days a week with graduate chemist cover.A hydrogeologist and an isotope chemist provided professional advice to the ongoing geothermal resource study.It will also be on sale in local chemists and department stores.Friedrich Paneth, a Viennese chemist and keen amateur photographer, was particularly successful with the process.
From Longman Business Dictionarychemistchem‧ist /ˈkemɪst/ (also chemist’s) noun [countable] British English shop where you can buy medicines, beauty products etc SYN DRUGSTORE AmE
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