[ UK /tʃˈɑːt/ ]
[ US /ˈtʃɑɹt/ ]
[ US /ˈtʃɑɹt/ ]
- a visual display of information
(usually plural) a listing of best-selling recorded music
number 2 on the charts
- a map designed to assist navigation by air or sea
represent by means of a graph
chart the data
make a chart of
chart the territory
plan in detail
Bush is charting a course to destroy Saddam Hussein
How To Use chart In A Sentence
- Chartists at once organized resistance to what they called the usurpation and, after a long civil war, were successful. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss
- It highlights key facets of presidential policies and priorities, difficulties and conflicts, while charting the developing nature of the office.
- In 1896, New Jersey passed a law that made it easy to charter a company - and it quickly became a leading venue for incorporations.
- The committee plan to go to Congress within the year to have the museum chartered.
- Saint – Germain, the king accorded letters-patent; and all the rest, abbatial charter, and royal letters, was confirmed in 1654 by the Chamber of Accounts and the Parliament. Les Miserables
- Her chart-topping debut album, ‘Ashanti’, has sold 3.1 million copies.
- There will be much consulting of paint charts in the next few months. Times, Sunday Times
- There is no generally accepted comprehensive definition of a portolan chart.
- With points on one axis and the wage bill on the other, it is possible to place all the teams on a chart. Times, Sunday Times
- It will deliver the promises made in the citizens charter to extend the powers of the four regulators of the privatised utilities.