Definition of Chart:

  1. (of a record) enter the weekly music charts at a particular position.

  2. Large sheet of paper (such as 23 x 35 inch or A1 size) used in presentations, usually in a stack attached to a board and called flip chart..

  3. Make a map of (an area).

  4. Information presented in tabular form.

  5. Alternative term for graph.

  6. Graduated or ruled sheet of paper on which one or more lines are traced (graphed) by a recording instrument in response to changes in one or more conditions being monitored or quantities being measured.

  7. A sheet of information in the form of a table, graph, or diagram.

Synonyms of Chart

Chart, Plot, Delineate, Draw, Depict, Portray, Survey, Graph, Table, Tabulation, Grid, Histogram, Diagram, Guide, Scheme, Figure, Illustration, Lambert conformal projection, Mercator projection, Miller projection, Adjust, Aeronautical chart, Alphabet, Arrange, Art, Astronomical chart, Atlas, Azimuthal equidistant projection, Azimuthal projection, Blueprint, Brouillon, Card index, Cartographer, Cartography, Cartoon, Cast, Catalog, Catalogue raisonne, Catch a likeness, Celestial chart, Celestial globe, Character, Charactering, Characterization, Characterize, Choreography, Chorographer, Chorography, Climatic chart, Codify, Conic projection, Contents, Contour line, Contour map, Conventional representation, Coordinate, Copy, Cylindrical projection, Dance notation, Delineate, Delineation, Demonstration, Dense, Depict, Depiction, Depictment, Design, Diagram, Dope out, Draft, Drama, Draw, Drawing, Ebauche, Elevation, Esquisse, Exemplification, Figuration, Figure, Fix, General reference map, Globe, Gnomonic projection, Graph, Graphic scale, Grid line, Ground plan, Hachure, Harmonize, Heliographic chart, Hieroglyphic, Hit off, House plan, Hydrographic chart, Ichnography, Iconography, Ideogram, Illustration, Imagery, Imaging, Index, Isoline, Latitude, Lay off, Lay out, Layer tint, Legend, Letter, Limn, Limning, Logogram, Logograph, Longitude, Map, Map maker, Map out, Map projection, Mapper, Mark off, Mark out, Meridian, Methodize, Musical notation, Normalize, Notate, Notation, Organize, Outline, Paint, Parallel, Pattern, Photogrammetrist, Photogrammetry, Photomap, Phototopography, Physical map, Pictogram, Picture, Picturization, Picturize, Plan, Plat, Plot, Plot out, Political map, Polyconic projection, Portraiture, Portray, Portrayal, Prefigurement, Presentment, Print, Printing, Profile, Project, Projection, Rationalize, Realization, Register, Regularize, Regulate, Relief map, Render, Rendering, Rendition, Represent, Representation, Representative fraction, Road map, Rough, Routinize, Rub, Scale, Schema, Schematize, Scheme, Score, Script, Set out, Settle, Sinusoidal projection, Skeleton, Sketch, Sketch out, Special map, Standardize, Syllabary, Symbol, Symbolize, Synchronize, Systematize, Tablature, Table, Table of contents, Tabulation, Take a rubbing, Terrain map, Terrestrial globe, Thematic map, Thumb index, Topographer, Topographic chart, Topography, Trace, Trace out, Trace over, Transportation map, Tune, Tune up, Weather chart, Weather map, Working drawing, Write, Writing

How to use Chart in a sentence?

  1. A chart showing how much do-it-yourself costs compared with retail.
  2. The chart presented by the financial analyst indicated likely future success for the firm if we implemented the recommended change.
  3. The record will probably chart at about No. 74.
  4. If you took a look at the chart , you would see that the graph actually looked a little like Mickey Mouse.
  5. Cook charted the coasts and waters of New Zealand.
  6. When you have statistical information that you would like interpreted into a visual form it is often useful to build that information into a chart so you can view the correlation of the data.

Meaning of Chart & Chart Definition