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- pharmacy (n.)
- late 14c., "a medicine," from Old French farmacie "a purgative" (13c.), from Medieval Latin pharmacia, from Greek pharmakeia "use of drugs, medicines, potions, or spells; poisoning, witchcraft; remedy, cure," from pharmakeus (fem. pharmakis) "preparer of drugs, poisoner, sorcerer" from pharmakon "drug, poison, philter, charm, spell, enchantment." Meaning "use or administration of drugs" is attested from c. 1400; that of "place where drugs are prepared and dispensed" is first recorded 1833. The ph- was restored 16c. in French, 17c. in English (see ph).
- 1. Modern pharmacy has solved the problem of sleeplessness.
- 2. She works at the pharmacy.
- 3. The moment to repeat Pharmacy had come.
- 4. If your pharmacy doesn't stock the product you want, have them order it for you.
- 5. Make sure you understand exactly how to take your medicines before you leave the pharmacy.
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