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Noun
Events represented in a story or play
“The main plot of the novel revolves around a surgical operation of epic proportions.”
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The secret planning of something illicit or detrimental
“The senator was accused of being involved in a plot to overthrow the current administration.”
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Plural for a plan made in secret achieve a particular aim or goal, typically nefarious in nature
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“Andy Dufresne would come up with an intricate plot to escape from Shawshank State Penitentiary.”
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Plural for a piece of land
“I am planning to purchase a plot on which to build my dream home.”
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Plural for a graph showing the relation between two variables
“The prediction isn't nearly as accurate, as seen in the plot of differences between the real and expected values.”
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Plural for an illegal or dishonest scheme
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Plural for a plan or drawing of the function or workings of something to be produced
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Plural for an outdoor area containing one or more types of plants
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Plural for where something is positioned or located
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Plural for an intention for which something is hoped to be accomplished
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Plural for a theme or characteristic running throughout a situation or piece of writing
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Plural for an area of ground set aside for the burying of human bodies
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Plural for a forcible overthrow of a government or social order in favor of a new system
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Plural for a way or course taken in getting from a starting point to a destination
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Smallholdings or farms
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Plural for an account of connected events
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Plural for an instance of successfully achieving something difficult
Verb
To engage in a (usually secret) plan to accomplish an aim or goal
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“Rebel samurai would then convene to plot the downfall of the shogun.”
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To collude or participate in a conspiracy with other parties for a common goal
“You let her meet with the Northern lords, and you agreed to plot with them against the queen's advisor and against his policy.”
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To map or draw out
“Thus, the expeditioners are reliant solely on their radio contacts with the base to plot their path.”
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(look to or look at) To hope for, or aspire to, a goal or dream
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Attempt to get
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To consider or give serious or careful thought to
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To plan or control the position and course of a vehicle according to a planned path
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To examine or look closely at (someone or something)
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To make or adapt for a particular purpose or person
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