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dispense

verb /diˈspens/
to give or deal out.
repartir, dispensar
It’s a coin-operated machine that dispenses drinks.
to prepare (medicines, especially prescriptions) for giving out.
preparar
dispensary noun ( plural dispensaries) a place especially in a hospital where medicines are given out.
dispensario
dispenser noun
farmacéutico; maquina expendedora
dispense with phrasal verb to get rid of or do without
prescindir de, pasar sin
We could economize by dispensing with two assistants.
(Definition of dispense from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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