[kem-ist] /ˈkɛm ɪst/
a specialist in .
British. a druggist.
(Brit) a shop selling medicines, cosmetics, etc
(Brit) a qualified dispenser of prescribed medicines
a person studying, trained in, or engaged in chemistry
an obsolete word for alchemist
1560s, chymist, “alchemist,” from Middle French chimiste, from Medieval Latin chimista, reduced from alchimista (see alchemy). Modern spelling is from c.1790. Meaning “chemical scientist” is from 1620s; meaning “dealer in medicinal drugs” (mostly in British English) is from 1745.
chemist chem·ist (kěm’ĭst)
(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.
[kem-uh-stree] /ˈkɛm ə stri/ noun, plural chemistries. 1. the science that deals with the composition and properties of substances and various elementary forms of matter. Compare (def 2). 2. properties, reactions, phenomena, etc.: the chemistry of carbon. 3. the interaction of one personality with another: The chemistry between him and his boss was all wrong. […]
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[kem-nits] /ˈkɛm nɪts/ noun 1. a city in E Germany. /German ˈkɛmnɪts/ noun 1. a city in E Germany, in Saxony, at the foot of the Erzgebirge: textiles, engineering. Pop: 249 922 (2003 est) Also called (1953–90) Karl-Marx-Stadt
[shem-ee] /ˈʃɛm i/ noun, Informal. 1. chemin de fer. /ˈʃɛmɪ/ noun 1. (cards) short for chemin de fer