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chart

 (chärt)
n.
1. A map showing coastlines, water depths, or other information of use to navigators.
2. An outline map on which specific information, such as scientific data, can be plotted.
3. A sheet presenting information in the form of graphs or tables.
4. See graph1.
5. often charts A listing of best-selling recorded music or other items: A hit single that reached number 3 on the charts.
v. chart·ed, chart·ing, charts
v.tr.
1. To make a chart of.
2. To plan (something) in detail: is charting a course to destruction.
v.intr.
To be ranked on a chart of best-selling items: a song that charted at the number one position last week.

[Obsolete French charte, from Latin charta, sheet of paper made from papyrus; see card1.]

chart

(tʃɑːt)
n
1. (Navigation) a map designed to aid navigation by sea or air
2. (Physical Geography) an outline map, esp one on which weather information is plotted
3. (Mathematics) a sheet giving graphical, tabular, or diagrammatical information
4. (Mathematics) another name for graph1
5. (Astrology) astrology another word for horoscope3
6. (Pop Music) the charts informal the lists produced weekly from various sources of the bestselling pop singles and albums or the most popular videos
vb
7. (tr) to make a chart of
8. (tr) to make a detailed plan of
9. (tr) to plot or outline the course of
10. (Pop Music) (intr) (of a record or video) to appear in the charts (sense 6)
[C16: from Latin, from Greek khartēs papyrus, literally: something on which to make marks; related to Greek kharattein to engrave]
ˈchartable adj

chart

(tʃɑrt)

n.
1. a sheet giving information in tabular or diagrammatic form.
2. a graphic representation, as by curves, of a dependent variable, as temperature or price; graph.
3. a map, esp. a hydrographic or marine map.
4. an outline map showing special conditions or facts: a weather chart.
5. the charts, a ranking of the most popular musical recordings, usu. based on sales for the week.
v.t.
6. to make a chart of.
7. to plan: to chart a course of action.
8. to rank in the musical charts.
[1565–75; < Middle French charte < Latinc(h)arta papyrus page < Greek chártēs]
chart′a•ble, adj.

chart


Past participle: charted
Gerund: charting

Imperative
chart
chart
Present
I chart
you chart
he/she/it charts
we chart
you chart
they chart
Preterite
I charted
you charted
he/she/it charted
we charted
you charted
they charted
Present Continuous
I am charting
you are charting
he/she/it is charting
we are charting
you are charting
they are charting
Present Perfect
I have charted
you have charted
he/she/it has charted
we have charted
you have charted
they have charted
Past Continuous
I was charting
you were charting
he/she/it was charting
we were charting
you were charting
they were charting
Past Perfect
I had charted
you had charted
he/she/it had charted
we had charted
you had charted
they had charted
Future
I will chart
you will chart
he/she/it will chart
we will chart
you will chart
they will chart
Future Perfect
I will have charted
you will have charted
he/she/it will have charted
we will have charted
you will have charted
they will have charted
Future Continuous
I will be charting
you will be charting
he/she/it will be charting
we will be charting
you will be charting
they will be charting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been charting
you have been charting
he/she/it has been charting
we have been charting
you have been charting
they have been charting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been charting
you will have been charting
he/she/it will have been charting
we will have been charting
you will have been charting
they will have been charting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been charting
you had been charting
he/she/it had been charting
we had been charting
you had been charting
they had been charting
Conditional
I would chart
you would chart
he/she/it would chart
we would chart
you would chart
they would chart
Past Conditional
I would have charted
you would have charted
he/she/it would have charted
we would have charted
you would have charted
they would have charted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.chart - a visual display of informationchart - a visual display of information  
visual communication - communication that relies on vision
plot - a chart or map showing the movements or progress of an object
organization chart - a chart showing the lines of responsibility between departments of a large organization
color chart - a chart displaying colors
bar chart, bar graph - a chart with bars whose lengths are proportional to quantities
eye chart - a chart that is read from a fixed distance; used as a test of vision
flip chart - a chart with several sheets hinged at the top; sheets can be flipped over to present information sequentially
pie chart - a circular chart divided into triangular areas proportional to the percentages of the whole
star chart - a chart showing the relative positions of the stars in a particular part of the sky
profile - an analysis (often in graphical form) representing the extent to which something exhibits various characteristics; "a biochemical profile of blood"; "a psychological profile of serial killers"
2.chart - a map designed to assist navigation by air or sea
map - a diagrammatic representation of the earth's surface (or part of it)
naval chart, navigational chart, pilot chart - a chart for a navigator showing the prevailing meteorological and hydrographic and navigational conditions
Verb1.chart - make a chart of; "chart the territory"
map - make a map of; show or establish the features of details of; "map the surface of Venus"
2.chart - plan in detail; "Bush is charting a course to destroy Saddam Hussein"
plan - make plans for something; "He is planning a trip with his family"
3.chart - represent by means of a graph; "chart the data"
interpret, represent - create an image or likeness of; "The painter represented his wife as a young girl"

chart

noun
1. table, diagram, blueprint, graph, tabulation, plan, map The chart below shows the results of our survey.
verb
1. plot, map out, delineate, sketch, draft, graph, tabulate These seas have been well charted.
2. monitor, follow, record, note, document, register, trace, outline, log, graph, tabulate Bulletin boards charted each executive's progress.

chart

noun
An orderly columnar display of data:
verb
1. To show graphically the direction or location of, as by using coordinates:
lay out, map (out), plot.
2. To form a strategy for:
Informal: dope out.
Idiom: lay plans.
Translations
خَريطَه بَحْرِبَّهرَسْمٌ بَيانيرَسْم بَيَانِيّيَرْسُمُ جَدْولا بَيانِيّايَرْسُمُ خَريطَه
diagramnámořní mapatabulkazanést do tabulkyzmapovat
kortkortlæggelave en oversigtsøkorttabel
taulukko
karta
idõjárási térképtáblázatba foglaltérképet készít
gera töflukortkortleggjatafla, línurit
図表
도표
jūrlapisnubraižyti žemėlapyjepavaizduoti schemaschema
atzīmēt uz kartesdiagrammakartetabulazīmēt
graficky znázorniťnámorná mapa
kartatabelazarisatizemljevid
tabell
ตาราง
çizelgedeniz haritasıgrafiğini yapmakgrafikharita yapmak
đồ thị

chart

[tʃɑːt]
A. N
1. (= table) → tabla f, cuadro m; (= graph) → gráfica f, gráfico m (Met) → mapa m (Naut) (= map) → carta f (de navegación)
weather chartmapa meteorológico
2. (Mus) the chartsla lista de éxitos
to be in the charts [record, pop group] → estar en la lista de éxitos
B. VT (= plot) [+ course] → trazar; (= record on graph) [+ sales, growth, etc] → hacer una gráfica de, representar gráficamente; (= follow) [+ progress] → reflejar
the book charts the rise and fall of the empireel libro describe la grandeza y decadencia del imperio
the diagram charts the company's progressel diagrama muestra or refleja el progreso de la compañía
C. CPD chart topper Néxito m discográfico

chart

[ˈtʃɑːrt]
n
(= graph) → graphique m
(= diagram) → diagramme m
The chart shows the rise of unemployment → Le diagramme indique la progression du chômage.
(for recording events)tableau m, grille f
to draw up a chart → faire un tableau, faire une grille
weather chart → carte f du temps
(= map) → carte f charts
npl (MUSIC) the charts → le hit-parade
to be in the charts [record, pop group] → figurer au hit-parade
This album is number one in the charts
BUT Cet album est numéro un au hit-parade.
vt
[+ area] → dresser la carte de, établir la carte de; [+ river] → hydrographier
(= put on chart) [+ sales, progress] → établir la courbe de
(= record) [+ events, history] → retracer
modif (MUSIC) [hit, success] → au hit-parade

chart

n
Tabelle f; (= graph, diagram)Schaubild nt, → Diagramm nt; (= map, weather chart)Karte f; on a chartin einer Tabelle/einem Diagramm; to keep a chart of somethingetw in eine Tabelle eintragen/in einem Diagramm festhalten
charts pl (= top twenty)Hitliste f, → Charts pl
vt (= make a map of)kartografisch erfassen; (= record progress of)auswerten; (= keep a chart of)aufzeichnen, erfassen; (= plan)festlegen; to chart the progress of a teamden Erfolg eines Teams aufzeichnen
vi (= reach pop charts: singer, song) → in die Charts plor die Hitliste kommen

chart

[tʃɑːt]
1. n (table) → tabella, tavola; (graph) (Med) → grafico (Met) (weather chart) → carta del tempo (Naut) (map) → carta (nautica)
to be in the charts (record, pop group) → essere nella Hit Parade, essere in classifica
2. vt (plot, course) → tracciare; (sales, progress) → tracciare il grafico di (Naut) → fare la carta nautica di

chart

(tʃaːt) noun
1. a map of part of the sea.
2. a table or diagram giving information. a weather chart.
verb
1. to make a chart of. He charted the Black Sea.
2. to make a table of information about. I'm charting our progress.

chart

رَسْم بَيَانِيّ diagram tabel Tabelle διάγραμμα gráfico taulukko tableau karta grafico 図表 도표 grafiek diagram wykres gráfico график tabell ตาราง çizelge đồ thị 图表

chart

n. plano, gráfico;
medical ___hoja clínica.

chart

n gráfico or gráfica, tabla, carta; medical — historia clínica, historial médico, expediente clínico or médico (esp. Mex); eye — tabla or carta de Snellen, tabla de letras (para evaluar la agudeza visual)
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She has explored seas and archipelagoes which had no chart, where no Cook or Vancouver had ever sailed.
He mapped out Luigi's character and disposition, his tastes, aversions, proclivities, ambitions, and eccentricities in a way which sometimes made Luigi wince and the others laugh, but both twins declared that the chart was artistically drawn and was correct.
It was well he did, for the whole hill-back was one billowy, white ocean; the swells and falls not indicating corresponding rises and depressions in the ground: many pits, at least, were filled to a level; and entire ranges of mounds, the refuse of the quarries, blotted from the chart which my yesterday's walk left pictured in my mind.
Long John's eyes burned in his head as he took the chart, but by the fresh look of the paper I knew he was doomed to disappointment.
They talked about the Pacific as boys would talk about a wood that they had been nutting in, and if anyone had understood them he could have gone away and made such a chart of that ocean as never was.
No inventor who preceded Bell did more, in the invention of the telephone, than to help Bell indirectly, in the same way that Fra Mauro and Toscanelli helped in the discovery of America by making the map and chart that were used by Columbus.
But this extraordinary creature could transport itself from one place to another with surprising velocity; as, in an interval of three days, the Governor Higginson and the Columbus had observed it at two different points of the chart, separated by a distance of more than seven hundred nautical leagues.
Over Ealing, Richmond, Wimbledon, it would have seemed as if some monstrous pen had flung ink upon the chart.
Then in the long days on board ship, when the vessel, gliding on with security over the azure sea, required no care but the hand of the helmsman, thanks to the favorable winds that swelled her sails, Edmond, with a chart in his hand, became the instructor of Jacopo, as the poor Abbe Faria had been his tutor.
In all the devious tracings the course of a sailing-ship leaves upon the white paper of a chart she is always aiming for that one little spot - maybe a small island in the ocean, a single headland upon the long coast of a continent, a lighthouse on a bluff, or simply the peaked form of a mountain like an ant-heap afloat upon the waters.
There we two bent our dark heads over a half-unrolled chart lying on my bed.
It was with unspeakable emotion D'Artagnan recognized all the furniture of the chamber of the first story; the wainscoting, the tapestries, and even that geographical chart which Porthos had so fondly studied in his moments of leisure.