Origin of optician
synonym study for optician
Words nearby optician
How to use optician in a sentence
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Inside, the dead included gang members and Reinhardt Schwimmer, an optician who hung out with the gang.Mobster Al Capone’s granddaughters are selling his possessions, partly out of fear of wildfires|Marisa Iati|August 25, 2021|Washington Post
Some months earlier—that is to say, about six months after Jack's departure—Sir John had called casually upon an optician.With Edged Tools|Henry Seton Merriman
She told me that, being an optician in a small way as well, she had had a whole stock of spectacles and glasses.The Doings of the Fifteenth Infantry Brigade|Edward Lord Gleichen
Was by profession an optician like Spinoza, but God vouchsafed to him greater spiritual sight than to the philosopher.Some Jewish Witnesses For Christ|Rev. A. Bernstein, B.D.
At the corner I ran against Mr. Clydesdale, the optician, who looks after the library which now occupies the old building.The Invasion|William Le Queux
Singularly enough it was not the same plan as the Dutch optician's, it was another mode of achieving the same end.Pioneers of Science|Oliver Lodge
British Dictionary definitions for optician
- Also called: optometrist a general name used to refer to an ophthalmic optician, a person qualified to examine the eyes and prescribe and supply spectacles and contact lenses
- a general name used to refer to a dispensing optician, a person who supplies and fits spectacle frames but is not qualified to prescribe lenses