druggist


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drug·gist

 (drŭg′ĭst)
n.
A pharmacist or person who sells drugs in a store.

druggist

(ˈdrʌɡɪst)
n
(Pharmacology) US and Canadian a person qualified to prepare and dispense drugs. Also called: pharmacist

drug•gist

(ˈdrʌg ɪst)

n.
2. the owner or operator of a drugstore.
[1605–15; < French droguiste]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.druggist - a health professional trained in the art of preparing and dispensing drugsdruggist - 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
lékárník
apoteker
lyfsali, lyfjafræîingur
lekarnar

druggist

[ˈdrʌgɪst] N (US) → farmacéutico/a m/f

druggist

n (US) → Drogist(in) m(f)

druggist

[ˈdrʌgɪst] n (Am) → farmacista m/f

drug

(drag) noun
1. any substance used in medicine. She has been prescribed a new drug for her stomach-pains.
2. a substance, sometimes one used in medicine, taken by some people to achieve a certain effect, eg great happiness or excitement. I think she takes drugs; He behaves as though he is on drugs.
verbpast tense, past participle drugged
to make to lose consciousness by giving a drug. She drugged him and tied him up.
ˈdruggist noun
(American) a person who sells medicines etc; a chemist; a pharmacist.
ˈdrug-ˌaddict noun
a person who has formed the habit of taking drugs.
ˈdrugstore noun
(American) a shop which sells various articles (eg cosmetics, newpapers and soft drinks) as well as medicines.

druggist

n (ant) farmacéutico -ca mf, boticario -ria mf
References in classic literature ?
Our next inquiries took us to Edinburgh--to the druggist whose label we had found on the crumpled morsel of paper, and to other druggists likewise whom we were instructed to question.
He pawed over his food-scraps, debated, then drew a twelve-ounce druggist bottle from his inside coat-pocket.
The same evening the grocer or grocers, druggist or druggists, come and say, `It was I who sold the arsenic to the gentleman;' and rather than not recognize the guilty purchaser, they will recognize twenty.
There, as it should be, the druggist is a counsellor, a confessor, an adviser, an able and willing missionary and mentor whose learning is respected, whose occult wisdom is venerated and whose medicine is often poured, untasted, into the gutter.
And this, good friends, is ambergris, worth a gold guinea an ounce to any druggist.
Then came the chemist and druggist, with other tabular statements, showing that when they didn't get drunk, they took opium.
For a long time there was a feud between the baker and a grey cat that belonged to Sylvester West, the druggist.
Murder was not tolerated, servants were not slaves, and neither poison nor sleeping potions to be procured, like rhubarb, from every druggist.
Then, gravitating naturally to London, he earned his living by working successively for a druggist, for the novelist-printer Samuel Richardson, as a teacher in a boys' school, and as a hack writer.
One of these reforms was to act stoutly on the strength of a recent legal decision, and simply prescribe, without dispensing drugs or taking percentage from druggists.
There's some kind of a mixture, put up by the druggists, that helps men to stop the use of tobacco," she called back from the door, "and I am going to send you some.
Any money which you may pay me will go to the druggists in Grenoble, to pay for the medicine required by the poor of the neighborhood.