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He stopped the machine and replayed the message, trying to read what lay behind the scientist 's words. GRACE (2004)Pemberton frowned and closed his eyes tightly before saying, `I'm not a scientist, but I did read their report. LOHENGRIN (2004)`You didn't exactly give us much," the scientist returned drily. PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW (2004)
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British English: scientist /ˈsaɪəntɪst/ NOUN
A scientist is someone who has studied science and whose job is to teach or do research in science.
Scientists say they've already collected more data than they expected.
- American English: scientist
- Arabic: عَالِم
- Brazilian Portuguese: cientista
- Chinese: 科学家
- Croatian: znanstvenik
- Czech: vědec
- Danish: videnskabsmand
- Dutch: wetenschapper
- European Spanish: científico
- Finnish: tiedemies
- French: scientifique
- German: Wissenschaftler
- Greek: επιστήμονας
- Italian: scienziato
- Japanese: 科学者
- Korean: 과학자
- Norwegian: forsker
- Polish: naukowiec
- European Portuguese: cientista
- Romanian: om de știință
- Russian: ученый
- Spanish: científico
- Swedish: forskare
- Thai: นักวิทยาศาสตร์
- Turkish: bilim insanı
- Ukrainian: вчений
- Vietnamese: nhà khoa học
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