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Noun
/ˈfärməsē/,
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pharmacies, plural;
  1. A store where medicinal drugs are dispensed and sold

  2. The science or practice of the preparation and dispensing of medicinal drugs


  1. the art and science of preparing and dispensing drugs and medicines,
  2. drugstore: a retail shop where medicine and other articles are sold
  3. Pharmacy is the health profession that links the health sciences with the chemical sciences and it is charged with ensuring the safe and effective use of pharmaceutical drugs. ...
  4. Pharmacy was a fashionable restaurant in Notting Hill, London, which opened in 1997. The venture was backed, in the early days, by Damien Hirst and the public relations guru, Matthew Freud. ...
  5. The Pharmacy is a psychedelic/indie punk band from New Orleans, Louisiana, consisting of three members: Scott Yoder (guitar, lead vocals), Brendhan Bowers (drums, backing vocals), and Stefan Rubicz (keyboards, backing vocals). ...
  6. Pharmacists are health professionals who practice the science of pharmacy. Pharmacists also participate in disease-state management, where they optimize and monitor the drug therapy or interpret medical laboratory results – in collaboration with physicians and/or other health professionals. ...
  7. (The Pharmacists) Ted Leo and the Pharmacists (sometimes written Ted Leo/Pharmacists, Ted Leo + Pharmacists, or TL/Rx) are an American rock band formed in 1999 in Washington, D.C. and currently recording for Matador Records. ...
  8. A place where prescription drugs are dispensed, a dispensary; The science of medicinal substances comprising pharmaceutics, pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmacology, phytochemistry and forensics; The occupation of a pharmacist
  9. (Pharmacies) In prerevolutionary Russia pharmacies were privately owned. Cities had one pharmacy for every 10,800 inhabitants, and rural areas, within the present-day boundaries of the European USSR, had one for every 119,500 inhabitants. ...
  10. Pharmacies provide prescription services to individuals and their families; many will help review prescriptions and compare costs.
  11. (Pharmacist) Someone who helps out on the farm.
  12. (Pharmacist) A health care professional who compounds and dispenses medications and other pharmaceutical supplies, using standard physical and chemical procedures to fill written prescriptions issued by physicians. ...
  13. (Pharmacist) A person licensed to prepare and dispense drugs and medicines.
  14. (Pharmacist) A health professional trained to get ready and distribute drugs and educate patients about the risks and benefits of the drug.
  15. (Pharmacist) Bachelor of Pharmacy AND NZ registration
  16. (Pharmacist) Dispense in a tight, light-resistant container with a child-resistant closure.
  17. (Pharmacist) highly-trained professional who spent five years in college learning how to read doctors' prescriptions and count pills from a big bottle into a little bottle.
  18. (Pharmacist) person who makes a living dealing in agriculture
  19. (pharmacist) means a person who is licensed to practise pharmacy and whose name is listed on the pharmacists' registry of the licensing body for the jurisdiction in which such person is practising;
  20. A pharmacist is specially trained in the area of pharmaceutical treatment. He/She is knowledgeable in medication administration and the effects it will have on the patient. They can answer questions about the medications your baby is receiving.
  21. Pharmacists, sometimes called Chemists, can offer advice on medicines and how to take them. The can also offer advice on common complaints including coughs, colds, aches and pains and other health issues such as healthy eating and giving up smoking. ...
  22. 1) Any epileptic’s body (2) An epileptic’s weekly pill organizer
  23. A store that sells medicines and health care supplies.
  24. An area in the health sciences that deals with the preparation, dispensing, and appropriate use of medicines.
  25. Responsible for drugs in a hospital, including purchasing, supply and distribution.