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chemist

 [kem´ist]
1. an expert in chemistry.
2. (British) pharmacist.

chem·ist

(kem'ist),
1. A specialist or expert in chemistry.
2. Pharmacist (British and Canadian).

chemist

/chem·ist/ (kem´ist)
1. an expert in chemistry.
2. (British) pharmacist.

chemist

1 a person with special education and training in the structures, characteristics, and actions of chemicals.
2 in Great Britain, Australia, and New Zealand, a pharmacist.

chemist

(1) A person who formulates chemical preparations.
(2) A community pharmacist (UK), see there.

chem·ist

(kem'ist)
1. A specialist or expert in chemistry.
2. Pharmacist (U.K. and some areas of Canada).

chemist

1. an expert in chemistry.
2. sometimes used as an abbreviation for pharmaceutical chemist or pharmacist.
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