Definition of 'pharmacy'
Example sentences containing 'pharmacy'
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It would discourage misuse of GPs' time by those who could go for treatment at their local pharmacy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It would discourage misuse of GPs' time by those who could go for treatment at their local pharmacy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It also delivers tablets of the other kind and medical devices to hospitals and pharmacies. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There will also be treatment shampoos available from your local pharmacy. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Look for them in health stores and pharmacies. Body Odour (1994)His bid to obtain drugs was thwarted when the hospital pharmacy recognised the bogus name. The Sun (2010)So she went to her local pharmacy and got some. The Sun (2015)But despite going to three pharmacies and a hospital they returned empty handed. The Sun (2011)She was seen by the hotel doctor and given medicine from a local pharmacy. The Sun (2014)See your doctor or local pharmacy for a test. The Sun (2010)Make a shopping list and head for your local pharmacy. The Sun (2016)It can be bought over the counter at local pharmacies. The Sun (2015)Early on during your stay you will probably be offered a stop at a local pharmacy. The Sun (2008)Our investigation team found hospital and pharmacy staff wrote prescriptions and gave out strong medicines without asking questions. The Sun (2014)She gave 100 per cent support in running the shops and the pharmacies. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This dodgy online pharmacy is invariably just a click and a credit-card payment away. Times, Sunday Times (2008)One point is earned for a complete pound spent in food, funeral and pharmacy stores. The Sun (2011)If you are running out of medication, go to a pharmacy or hospital. The Sun (2010) Local pharmacies'should be actively promoted as the first place of advice and treatment for common ailments. Times, Sunday Times (2014)If you always forget, speak to your local pharmacy about them doing it on your behalf. The Sun (2015)There were also reported sightings of him visiting a pharmacy four times in the past week, including in the hours before he died. The Sun (2016)Britons are increasingly at risk of being sold unsafe drugs over the internet because of the growth in unlicensed online pharmacies, a report suggests. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I use the prescription to buy it from a reputable online pharmacy but it is nearly 30 for four tablets. Times, Sunday Times (2016)These homoeopathic remedies are available from good health stores many pharmacies and direct from specialist suppliers - see Resources section. Bad Breath (1994)Alarm bells should ring if an online pharmacy is happy to supply you without medical assessment, or without asking you to provide a prescription from your doctor. Times, Sunday Times (2011)In a long row of shops, a pharmacy sells eye drops, cough sweets and muscle rubs to soothe the ailments of industry. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'pharmacy'
British English: pharmacy /ˈfɑːməsɪ/ NOUN
A pharmacy is a place where medicines are sold or given out.
Pick up the medicine from the pharmacy.
- American English: pharmacy
- Arabic: صَيْدَلِيَّةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: farmácia
- Chinese: 药房
- Croatian: ljekarna
- Czech: lékárna
- Danish: apotek
- Dutch: apotheek
- European Spanish: farmacia
- Finnish: apteekki
- French: pharmacie
- German: Apotheke
- Greek: φαρμακείο
- Italian: farmacia
- Japanese: 薬局
- Korean: 조제
- Norwegian: apotek
- Polish: apteka
- European Portuguese: farmácia
- Romanian: farmacie
- Russian: аптека
- Spanish: farmacia
- Swedish: apotek
- Thai: ร้านขายยา
- Turkish: eczane
- Ukrainian: аптека
- Vietnamese: nhà thuốc
Definition of pharmacy from the Collins English Dictionary
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