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chemist

1. Brit a shop selling medicines, cosmetics, etc.
2. Brit a qualified dispenser of prescribed medicines
3. a person studying, trained in, or engaged in chemistry
4. an obsolete word for alchemist

What does it mean when you dream about a chemist?

A chemist in a dream can represent a doctor or a therapist. It could represent research one needs to undertake. One’s inner wisdom. Alternatively, a form of negative knowledge, as in the stereotype of the evil scientist.

chemist

[′kem·əst]
(chemistry)
A scientist specializing in chemistry.

chemist

(jargon)
(Cambridge) Someone who wastes computer time on number crunching when you'd far rather the computer were working out anagrams of your name or printing Snoopy calendars or running life patterns. May or may not refer to someone who actually studies chemistry.
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The recipe, or formulation section of the program is where the rubber chemist will spend most of the time actually using the program.
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This is very clever and very elegant work" says organic chemist Jay Siegel of the University of Zurich.
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To a chemist, "pure water" is 100 percent H2O, but the public understands it to be uncontaminated water from a natural source.
Fryzuk, a chemist at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver.
Since the 1960s, nuclear chemists have theorized that superheavy elements with life-times of hours, days, or even longer are possible.
The Association of the Chemical Profession of Alberta is pleased to announce the passing into law of Alberta Regulation 248/2001, the 'Professional Chemists Regulation'.
The table was devised in 1869 by the Russian chemist Dimitri Ivanovich Mendeleev.
Whether in industry, academia, or government, today's chemist is faced with increased demands for greater productivity in ever more competitive environments.