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Spanish translation of “optician”

optician

noun /opˈtiʃən/
a person who makes and sells spectacles and optical instruments
óptico, oculista
The optician mended my spectacles.
optical /ˈoptikəl/ adjective of or concerning sight or what one sees
óptico
The two objects in the picture appear to be the same size, but this is just an optical illusion (= they are not actually the same size) microscopes and other optical instruments.
(Definition of optician from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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