Definition of 'plotter'
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It was purchased just a month before the alleged terror plotters were arrested. The Sun (2008)The government has special plans for the coup plotters who were killed during the attempted army takeover. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It had been hijacked by coup plotters. The Sun (2016)Last week a retrial of two alleged fellow plotters saw them walk free. The Sun (2016)Designers and architects use these plotters. Technology Basic Facts (1990)The liquid bomb plotters will be sentenced on Monday. The Sun (2009)Some had the alleged plotters' fingerprints on them. The Sun (2007)The arrest of such powerful men was almost inconceivable a decade ago unless they were direct rivals of the incumbent president and possible coup plotters. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Military officials said that they feared a deadly purge of the armed forces, because some of the alleged plotters were members of the presidential guard. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'plotter'
British English: plotter NOUN
A plotter is a person who secretly plans with others to do something that is illegal or wrong.
Coup plotters tried to seize power in the capital.
Definition of plotter from the Collins English Dictionary
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