English to Japanese Meaning :: optician

Optician :
眼鏡
- 眼鏡眼鏡
 
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Noun(1) a worker who makes glasses for remedying defects of vision

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(1) So the team manager took him off to the optician and had him fitted with glasses.(2) Tracey works as a contact lens optician for Dolland and Aitchison at their Leeds city centre shop.(3) Its policies offer cash payments towards a wide range of everyday essential healthcare treatments such as a check up or filling at the dentist and new glasses or contact lenses from the optician .(4) If you are diagnosed as long-sighted, it is likely that your optician will prescribe glasses or contact lenses to correct your vision.(5) A 69 year old man was referred to our ophthalmology unit by his optician , who had picked up a visual field defect at a routine examination.(6) He was asked by a woman in a hurry if he'd stay with her car to explain to a traffic warden while she collected glasses from a nearby optician .(7) However, when I went two years ago, to a place near where I was working, the optician told me I could give up wearing glasses.(8) If necessary an optician can also provide a prescription for glasses.(9) Only a registered optician , however, can supply glasses to a child under the age of 16.(10) It was an optician trying to prescribe me new glasses.(11) My optician did not believe that new glasses did not help my vision and rudely told me to go to my doctor.(12) If you have taken the test before and have previously been prescribed glasses or contact lenses, your optician may want you to take the test while wearing your glasses or contact lenses.(13) A 76 year old man came to the eye clinic after his optician found some macular abnormalities.(14) Annette King has worked with ophthalmologists and opticians to ensure that that is the case.(15) Now, there are only 5,000 optometrists, 15,000 ophthalmic surgeons and 25,000 opticians .(16) Since the beginning of the World Cup, opticians across the city have reported increased sales of rimless-style glasses.
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1. optician ::
眼鏡
2. ophthalmologist ::
眼科医
Different Forms
optician, opticians
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