Translation of apothecary in Spanish:


boticario, n.

Pronunciation /əˈpɑθəˌkɛri//əˈpɒθɪk(ə)ri/

nounPlural apothecaries


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    boticario masculine dated
    boticaria feminine dated
    • Glass bottles at this time were used by apothecaries rather than wine merchants, although the wines produced around Florence were sometimes transported in fiaschi wrapped in straw.
    • The growing presence of everyday medical practitioners, like apothecaries and druggists, made magic obsolete.
    • Apothecary planes were used by pharmacists or apothecaries to cut botanical materials into medically usable sizes.
    • So even if you don't want to be a pharmacist or an apothecary, even if you're just taking Advanced because your parents made you, this is a good lesson for all of you.
    • The purpose of the Medical Society of London was to provide a meeting place and forum for physicians, surgeons, and apothecaries to present papers and patients and to discuss matters of interest.