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chemist 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈkemist/,
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chemists, plural;
  1. An expert in chemistry; a person engaged in chemical research or experiments

  2. A drugstore

  3. A pharmacist


  1. a scientist who specializes in chemistry
  2. pharmacist: a health professional trained in the art of preparing and dispensing drugs
  3. (chemistry) the science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions
  4. (chemistry) the chemical composition and properties of a substance or object; "the chemistry of soil"
  5. (chemistry) the way two individuals relate to each other; "their chemistry was wrong from the beginning -- they hated each other"; "a mysterious alchemy brought them together"
  6. Chemist is the thirteenth album by Australian improvised music trio The Necks first released on the Fish of Milk label in 2005 and later on the ReR label internationally. ...
  7. Though each Final Fantasy story is independent, many aspects of gameplay have remained relatively consistent throughout the series.
  8. The Chemist is a four-piece alternative rock music group from Perth, Western Australia formed in 2007.
  9. The Chemist is a 1936 short comedy film featuring Buster Keaton.
  10. Chemistry (the etymology of the word has been much disputed) is the science of matter and the changes it undergoes. ...
  11. (Chemistry (2009 film)) Chemistry is a 2009 Malayalam film by Viji Thampi based on a true-life story about a high school student.
  12. A person whose occupation specializes in the science of chemistry, especially at a professional level; A pharmacist; A pharmacy; An alchemist
  13. (Chemistry) The study of the elements and how they interact.
  14. (CHEMISTRY) A highly-scientific term describing the study of "stuff."
  15. ((Chemistry)) A combination of acetic acid with glycerin - Brande & C
  16. (CHEMISTRY) In photography and platemaking, a term used to describe the composition of processing solutions.
  17. (CHEMISTRY) med. jur. The science which teaches the nature and property of all bodies by their analysis and combination. In considering cases of poison, the lawyer will find a knowledge of chemistry, even very limited in de ree, to be greatly useful. 2 Cbit. Pr. 42, n.
  18. (Chemistry) A number which reflects an element's ability to combine with other elements
  19. (Chemistry) Chemical characteristics of surface water, particularly acidity and content of nutrients.
  20. (Chemistry) Elements by name, Elements by symbol, Periodic table (large version)
  21. (Chemistry) Girls Aloud (An special limited edition version of the album released contained a Xmas album)
  22. (Chemistry) In biochemistry, a sugar is the simplest molecule that can be identified as a carbohydrate. Multiple sugar molecules linked together form a polysaccharide.
  23. (Chemistry) In clinical testing, refers to the solutes dissolved in the plasma such as uric acid, etc.
  24. (Chemistry) In contemporary Kirghizia inorganic chemistry, to whose development I. G. Druzhinin made a great contribution, is focusing on the directed synthesis of inorganic compounds with specific properties (M. K. Kydynov) and on studies of natural salts, clay, and mineral springs (I. E. ...
  25. (Chemistry) Informal and approximate synonym for primal messages