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Noun
Law of a government
“Has a new phase begun, one in which we will see the organization actually take on the decisive role that its charter sets out for it?”
Noun
Plural for a grant or authorization by the sovereign or legislative power of a country
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“The Virginia Company, which had been given the charter to found the colony, set up a General Assembly.”
Noun
Plural for a formal document granting or demanding certain rights or liberties
“On November 2, 1891, the Lake Gas Company was incorporated and given a charter to operate in the Town of Lake.”
Noun
Plural for the act of paying for the use of something, typically a vehicle
“You can also organize for the private charter of a car during your trip.”
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Plural for a solemn promise or undertaking
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Noun
Plural for certificate for achievement
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Plural for a basic structure underlying a system, concept, or text
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Plural for official or legal paperwork
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Plural for a contract by which one party conveys land, property, services, etc. to another for a specified time, usually in return for a periodic payment
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Plural for a legal document that is signed and delivered, especially one regarding the ownership of property or legal rights
Verb
To lease or hire by charter
“He said importers could charter ships with their own cranes on board at short notice.”
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To charge a fee for the use of something
“He has full power to charter out the ship at the best possible rates as he thinks fit.”
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To authorize or grant a charter or license to
“The council is chartered to promote the understanding of British culture throughout the world.”
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To approve of something, or to allow something to happen
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To charge a fee for the use of something
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To hire (somebody) for work or a job
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To give legal or constitutional form to
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Rent object, residence
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To allow to be used by someone temporarily, on condition that it or its equivalent will be returned
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To lease or rent out a property or object
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