English - Vietnamese Dictionary
chart /tʃɑ:t/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- (hàng hải) bản đồ đi biển, hải đồ
- đồ thị, biểu đồ
- a weather chart: đồ thị thời tiết
- ngoại động từ
- vẽ hải đồ; ghi vào hải đồ
+a visual display of information
+a map designed to assist navigation by air or sea
+make a chart of
+plan in detail
+represent by means of a graph
Advanced English Dictionary
1 sea-chart, map:
According to the chart, we are fifty miles west of the Lizard.
2 map, table, tabulation, graph, diagram; blueprint:
A weather chart appears on page 23. Here is a chart of the highest-yielding unit trusts. She drew up a genealogical chart of the descendants of Queen Victoria.
3 plot, plan, map (out), design:
He charted a course of action for the company. Have you charted the shortest route between Gibraltar and Cyprus?
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 [C] a page or sheet of information in the form of diagrams, lists of figures, etc: a weather chart + a sales chart (= showing the level of a company's sales)
See also - BAR CHART, FLOW CHART, PIE CHART
2 [C] a detailed map of the sea: a naval chart
3 (the charts) [pl.] (especially BrE) a list, produced each week, of the pop music records that have sold the most copies: 'Two Tribes' went straight into the charts at number 1. + to top the charts (= to be the record that has sold more copies than all the others) + a chart hit
+ verb [VN]
1 to record or follow the progress or development of sb/sth: The exhibition charts the history of the palace. + His job was to chart the progress of the spacecraft.
2 to plan a course of action: She had carefully charted her route to the top of her profession.
3 to make a map of an area
Cook charted the coast of New Zealand in 1768.
1 diagram showing information
bar, flow, pie | flip, wall
Each classroom has a flip chart to write on.
| organization, progress, weather
CHART + VERB
give sth, show sth
a bar chart showing how sales have increased
in a/the ~
the information given in the chart
| on a/the ~
The percentage of school-leavers is shown on the chart.
2 detailed map of the sea/sky
aviation, nautical, navigation
on a/the ~
The islands were not marked on their chart.
3 the charts: list of pop music records
album, pop, singles
VERB + CHART
enter, go into, hit
Their single went straight into the charts at number one. His latest single hit the charts last week.
| be top of, top
The song topped the charts for three weeks.
CHART + NOUN
in the ~
Is that song still in the charts?
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