Definition of 'chart'
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I'VE just taken a peek at the midweek album charts and it makes strange reading. The Sun (2006)This handy map charts the most popular routes around the galaxy. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The moon in your heart chart can draw partners much closer. The Sun (2006)This chart shows some of the top health tourism destinations. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We came in with charts and graphs and an entire advertising campaign. Going For It!: How to Succeed As an Entrepreneur (1986)It takes the idea of the commercial colour chart as its central metaphor. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The moon is in your values chart so you see the difference between being strong and stubborn. The Sun (2011)We predict it will be topping the charts next week. The Sun (2015)The visual learners took copious notes and drew charts and diagrams. Christianity Today (2000)The chart below will help you understand what is expected on exams. Between Worlds: A Reader, Rhetoric and Handbook (1995)We have the creativity and determination needed to chart a confident future. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Your cash chart has really progressed as the sun moves on. The Sun (2010)The sun gets established in your domestic chart and makes big changes seem simple. The Sun (2012)Our map charts some of the fabulous finds that could now be within reach. The Sun (2011)Recorded information can be viewed via charts and graphs. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There will be much consulting of paint charts in the next few months. Times, Sunday Times (2016)How easy is it for young players to chart their own course if they so wish? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Now ask yourself where your smile might lie on a colour chart of brilliant white to tar yellow? Times, Sunday Times (2006)With the sun focusing on your teamwork chart you have something special to contribute to a group that is really going places. The Sun (2016)On the walls beside the map there were weather charts and a complex board that showed the availability of reserve night fighters. Bomber
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British English: chart /tʃɑːt/ NOUN
A chart is a diagram or graph which displays information.
...a wall chart showing the parts of the body.
- American English: chart
- Arabic: رَسْم بَيَانِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: gráfico
- Chinese: 图表
- Croatian: karta
- Czech: diagram
- Danish: tabel
- Dutch: grafiek
- European Spanish: gráfico
- Finnish: taulukko
- French: tableau chiffres
- German: Tabelle
- Greek: διάγραμμα
- Italian: grafico
- Japanese: 図表
- Korean: 도표
- Norwegian: diagram
- Polish: wykres
- European Portuguese: gráfico
- Romanian: grafic
- Russian: график
- Spanish: gráfico
- Swedish: tabell
- Thai: ตาราง
- Turkish: çizelge
- Ukrainian: схема
- Vietnamese: đồ thị
British English: chart VERB
If you chart an area of land, sea, or sky, or a feature in that area, you make a map of the area or show the feature in it.
The explorers had charted the west coast.
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