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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishopticianop‧ti‧cian /ɒpˈtɪʃən $ ɑːp-/ noun [countable]  1 optician.jpg British EnglishMNBBT someone who tests people’s eyes and sells glasses in a shop syn optometrist American English2 American EnglishBOMD someone who makes lenses for glasses
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opticianA police chief inspector, an optician and the general manager of Lerwick Harbour Trust were among those who saw it.Dentist and optician fees will also rise.Gordon Beamish was a real live optician.Is Specsavers a chain of opticians or not?If the physical lighting is acceptable, and the eye-strain persists, consult your medical practitioner or an ophthalmic optician.They were still uncomfortable, so I went back into the optician.I have got to the stage where I totally dislike them, so it is off to the opticians next week.The optician will mark your voucher with a letter-code.
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