dispensing chemist

dispensing chemist
dispensing chemist UK [dɪˈspensɪŋ ˌkemɪst] US noun [countable] [singular dispensing chemist plural dispensing chemists] british
a chemist’s shop where medicines are prepared and sold
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disˈpensing chemist [dispensing chemist] noun (BrE)
= chemist (1)

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