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charter /'tʃɑ:tə/
  • danh từ
    • hiến chương
      • International Educators' Charter: hiến chương nhà giáo quốc tế
      • the Great Charter: đại hiến chương nước Anh (15 6 1215)
    • đặc quyền
    • sự thuê tàu; hợp đồng thuê tàu
    • giấy nhượng đất
    • ngoại động từ
      • ban đặc quyền
      • thuê mướn (tàu biển); (thông tục) xe cộ
        • to charter a ship: thuê tàu
        • to charter a bus: thuê xe buýt
    Concise Dictionary
    charters|chartered|chartering'tʃɑːtə
    noun
    +a document incorporating an institution and specifying its rights; includes the articles of incorporation and the certificate of incorporation
    +a contract to hire or lease transportation
    verb
    +hold under a lease or rental agreement; of goods and services
    +grant a charter to
    +engage for service under a term of contract

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 document, contract, compact, agreement, covenant:
    This year we again commemorate the signing of the United Nations charter.
    2 permit, permission, licence or US license, authority, franchise, right, privilege, concession:
    He was given an exclusive charter to export furs in 1679.
    3 lease, contract:
    We have the yacht under charter for the summer.
    v.
    4 license, authorize, document, commission, approve, certify, franchise, qualify; recognize:
    He is a chartered accountant, she a chartered surveyor.
    5 let, lease, rent, hire, engage, contract:
    I chartered the sloop for three weeks.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 [C] a written statement describing the rights that a particular group of people should have: the European Union's Social Charter of workers' rights + a rail passenger's charter + a charter of rights for people with disabilities
    2 [C] a written statement of the principles and aims of an organization
    Synonym: CONSTITUTION
    the United Nations Charter
    3 [C] an official document stating that a ruler or government allows a new organization, town or university to be established and gives it particular rights and privileges: The Royal College received its charter as a university in 1967. + Certain towns were allowed to hold weekly markets, by royal charter.
    4 [sing.] ~ (for sth) (BrE) a law or policy that seems likely to help criminals: The new law will be a charter for unscrupulous financial advisers. + a blackmailer's charter
    5 [U] the hiring of a plane, boat, etc: a yacht available for charter
    + verb [VN]
    1 to hire/rent a plane, boat, etc. for your own use: a chartered plane + They flew to Athens and then chartered a boat to the island.
    2 to state officially that a new organization, town or university has been established and has special rights and privileges
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 official written statement of principles, rights, etc.

    ADJ.

    draft | founding | environmental, social | national, UN/United Nations | citizens', patients', etc.

    VERB + CHARTER

    draw up | sign

    CHARTER + VERB

    set sth out
    The charter clearly sets out children's rights.

    PREP.

    ~ for
    a national charter for the protection of animals
    | ~ of
    a charter of workers' rights

    2 document giving rights to a town/an organization

    ADJ.

    royal

    VERB + CHARTER

    give sb/sth, grant sb/sth, issue | sign | apply for | receive | revoke

    PREP.

    by ~
    They were given this right by royal charter.



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