pharmacist

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phar·ma·cist

 (fär′mə-sĭst)
n.
A person trained in pharmacy and licensed to practice.

pharmacist

(ˈfɑːməsɪst) or less commonly

pharmaceutist

n
(Pharmacology) a person qualified to prepare and dispense drugs

phar•ma•cist

(ˈfɑr mə sɪst)

n.
a person licensed to prepare and dispense drugs and medicines; druggist.
[1825–35]

chemist

pharmacist
1. 'chemist'

In British English, a chemist is a person who is qualified to prepare and sell drugs and medicines.

...the pills the chemist had given him.
2. 'pharmacist'

In American English, someone like this is usually called a pharmacist.

The boy was eighteen, the son of the pharmacist at the Amity Pharmacy.
3. another meaning of 'chemist'

In both British and American English, a chemist is also a person who studies chemistry or who does work connected with chemical research.

...a research chemist.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pharmacist - a health professional trained in the art of preparing and dispensing drugspharmacist - a health professional trained in the art of preparing and dispensing drugs
caregiver, health care provider, health professional, PCP, primary care provider - a person who helps in identifying or preventing or treating illness or disability
pharmaceutical chemist, pharmacologist - someone trained in the science of drugs (their composition and uses and effects)
Translations
صَيْدَلي، صَيْدَلانيصَيْدَلِيٌّكِيميائِى
lékárník-ice
apotekerfarmaceut
apteekkarifarmaseuttifarmasiankemistiopiskelija
kemičarljekarnik
gyógyszerészpatikus
apótekari, lyfsali, lyfjafræîingur
薬剤師薬局
약국약사
farmacist
lekarnar
apotekarekemist
เภสัชกร
dược sỹnhà hóa học

pharmacist

[ˈfɑːməsɪst] Nfarmacéutico/a m/f
to go to the pharmacist'sir a la farmacia

pharmacist

[ˈfɑːrməsɪst] npharmacien(ne) m/f

pharmacist

nApotheker(in) m(f); (in research) → Pharmazeut(in) m(f)

pharmacist

[ˈfɑːməsɪst] nfarmacista m/f

pharmacy

(ˈfaːməsi) plural ˈpharmacies noun
1. the preparation of medicines. He is studying pharmacy.
2. a shop etc where medicines are sold or given out. the hospital pharmacy.
ˌpharmaˈceutical (-ˈsjuːtikəl) adjective
ˈpharmacist noun
(American ˈdruggist) a person who prepares and sells medicines; a chemist.

pharmacist

صَيْدَلِيٌّ, كِيميائِى lékárník farmaceut Apotheke, Apotheker φαρμακοποιός farmacéutico, químico apteekkari, kemisti pharmacien kemičar, ljekarnik farmacista 薬剤師, 薬局 약국, 약사 apotheker farmasøyt, kjemiker aptekarz, farmaceuta farmacêutico фармацевт, химик apotekare, kemist เภสัชกร eczacı, kimyager dược sỹ, nhà hóa học 药剂师

phar·ma·cist

n. farmacéutico-a, boticario-a.

pharmacist

n farmacéutico -ca mf, boticario -ria mf
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In at least twenty-three states, The New York Times reports, legislators and governors have proposed laws defining when and if pharmacists should have to fill prescriptions for various forms of contraception.
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Fundamentalist Christian pharmacists across the country are increasingly refusing to fill certain prescriptions, arguing they have a religious freedom right to avoid dispensing any medications that they believe fosters immorality.
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