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English noun: chemist

1. chemist (person) a scientist who specializes in chemistry


Broader (hypernym)scientist


Narrower (hyponym)biochemist, nuclear chemist, phytochemist, radiochemist


Instance hyponymAdolf Windaus, Alfred Bernhard Nobel, Alfred Nobel, Antoine Laurent Lavoisier, Antoine Lavoisier, Arrhenius, August Wilhelm von Hoffmann, Berzelius, Black, Bob Woodward, Boyle, Buchner, Bunsen, Calvin, Carl Gustaf Mossander, Carothers, Carver, Cavendish, Charles Martin Hall, Christian Friedrich Schonbein, Christian Schonbein, Crookes, Curie, Curl, Dalton, Daniel Rutherford, Davy, Dewar, Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev, Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleyev, Dmitri Mendeleev, Dmitri Mendeleyev, Dorothy Hodgkin, Dorothy Mary Crowfoot Hodgkin, E. W. Morley, Eduard Buchner, Edward Morley, Edward Williams Morley, Eigen, Emil Hermann Fischer, Erlenmeyer, Ernest Solvay, Faraday, Fischer, Fischer, Flory, Frederick Soddy, Friedrich August Kekule, Friedrich August Kekule von Stradonitz, Fritz Haber, Gay-Lussac, George Charles Hevesy de Hevesy, George Washington Carver, Gibbs, Giulio Natta, Glenn T. Seaborg, Glenn Theodore Seaborg, Haber, Hahn, Hall, Hans Fischer, Harold Clayton Urey, Harold Kroto, Harold Urey, Harold W. Kroto, Hassel, Henry, Henry Cavendish, Henry le Chatelier, Hevesy, Heyrovsky, Hodgkin, Hoffmann, Hoffmann, Humphrey Davy, Irving Langmuir, John Dalton, Jons Jakob Berzelius, Joroslav Heyrovsky, Joseph Black, Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac, Joseph Priestley, Josiah Willard Gibbs, Karl Scheele, Karl Waldemar Ziegler, Karl Wilhelm Scheele, Kekule, Klaproth, Kroto, Kuhn, Langmuir, Lars Onsager, Lavoisier, le Chatelier, Libby, Linus Carl Pauling, Linus Pauling, Lipscomb, Lord Todd, Louis Pasteur, Madame Curie, Manfred Eigen, Marie Curie, Martin Heinrich Klaproth, Marya Sklodowska, Melvin Calvin, Mendeleev, Mendeleyev, Michael Faraday, Morley, Mosander, Muller, Natta, Nernst, Nobel, Norrish, Odd Hassel, Onsager, Ostwald, Otto Hahn, Pasteur, Paul Hermann Muller, Paul John Flory, Pauling, Priestley, Reichstein, Richard Adolph Zsigmondy, Richard August Carl Emil Erlenmeyer, Richard E. Smalley, Richard Errett Smalley, Richard J. Roberts, Richard John Roberts, Richard Kuhn, Richard Smalley, Roald Hoffmann, Robert Boyle, Robert Bunsen, Robert Burns Woodward, Robert Curl, Robert F. Curl, Robert Floyd Curl Jr., Robert Robinson, Robert Wilhelm Bunsen, Robert Woodward, Roberts, Robinson, Ronald George Wreyford Norrish, Rutherford, Scheele, Schonbein, Seaborg, Sir Alexander Robertus Todd, Sir Geoffrey Wilkinson, Sir Harold Walter Kroto, Sir Humphrey Davy, Sir James Dewar, Sir Robert Robinson, Sir William Crookes, Smalley, Soddy, Solvay, Soren Peter Lauritz Sorensen, Sorensen, Svante August Arrhenius, Tadeus Reichstein, Todd, Urey, Wallace Carothers, Wallace Hume Carothers, Walther Hermann Nernst, Wilhelm Ostwald, Wilkinson, Willard Frank Libby, William Crookes, William Henry, William Hyde Wollaston, William Nunn Lipscom Jr., Windaus, Wollaston, Woodward, Ziegler, Zsigmondy


Domain categorychemical science, chemistry

2. chemist (person) a health professional trained in the art of preparing and dispensing drugs


Synonymsapothecary, druggist, pharmacist, pill pusher, pill roller


Broader (hypernym)caregiver, health care provider, health professional, PCP, primary care provider


Narrower (hyponym)pharmaceutical chemist, pharmacologist









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