Scientist meaning

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A person who is engaged in and has expert knowledge of a science, especially a biological or physical science.
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The definition of a scientist is a person who is an expert in one of the natural or physical sciences.

An example of a scientist was Marie Curie.

An example of a famous scientist from Vietnam is Tuan Vo-Dinh who created a variety of methods that allow for the discovery of diseases in the body without having to use biopsies.

An example of a famous Hispanic scientist was Carlos Finlay, a lead researcher of yellow fever who discovered that the disease was carried by mosquitoes.

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A person who is engaged in and has expert knowledge of a science, especially a biological or physical science.
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A specialist in science; esp., a person whose profession is investigating in one of the natural sciences, as biology, chemistry, physics, etc.
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One whose activities make use of the scientific method to answer questions regarding the measurable universe. A scientist may be involved in original research, or make use of the results of the research of others.
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Origin of scientist

  • Coined by William Whewell in 1833 as a more precise substitute for the term natural philosopher. Modeled after artist, from Latin stem scientia (“knowledge") with the suffix -ist.

    From Wiktionary