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plot /plɒt $ plɑːt/ noun [countable]


نمودار ، سنگ وسط چهارراه ، بردن نقاط روی طرح ، ثبت مسیر یا نقاط ، تعیین کردن محل هدف یا دشمن روی نقشه ، رسم کردن مسیر حرکت روی نقشه ، رسم نمودن ، موضوع اصلی ، دسیسه ، قطعه ، نقطه ، موقعیت ، نقشه کشیدن ، طرح ریزی کردن ، توطئه چیدن ، رسم کردن ، کشیدن ، علوم مهندسی: طرح ریزی کردن ، کامپیوتر: ترسیم ، معماری: نشانه میان چهارراه ، قانون ـ فقه: توطئه چیدن ، شیمی: رسم کردن ، بازرگانی: شکل کشیدن ، ورزش: رسم ، علوم نظامی: ردنگاری یا ردنگاری کردن ، علوم دریایی: ردیابی کردن
الکترونیک: رسم کردن ، ترسیم ، کامپیوتر: نمودار ، رسم کردن ، شیمی: رسم ، تربیت بدنی: نقشه کشیدن ، طرح ریزی کردن ، علوم مهندسی: توطیه ، توطیه چیدن ، حقوق: ردیابی کردن ، علوم دریایی: سنگ وسط چهارراه ، نشانه میان چهارراه ، معماری: نقشه ، طرح ، توطیه ، بردن نقاط روی طرح ، ثبت مسیر یا نقاط ، تعیین کردن محل هدف یا دشمن روی نقشه ، رسم کردن مسیر حرکت روی نقشه ، ردنگاری یا ردنگاری کردن ، علوم نظامی: رسم نمودن ، شکل کشیدن ، اقتصاد: نقشه ، طرح ، موضوع اصلی ، توطیه ، دسیسه ، قطعه ، نقطه ، موقعیت ، نقشه کشیدن ، طرح ریزی کردن ، توطیه چیدن ، رسم کردن ، کشیدن کامپیوتر: نمودار ، نقشه

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

plot
[noun]
Synonyms:
- plan, cabal, conspiracy, intrigue, machination, scheme, stratagem
- story, action, narrative, outline, scenario, story line, subject, theme
[verb]
Synonyms:
- plan, collude, conspire, contrive, intrigue, machinate, manoeuvre, scheme
- devise, conceive, concoct, contrive, cook up (informal), design, hatch, lay
- chart, calculate, locate, map, mark, outline
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[noun]
patch, allotment, area, ground, lot, parcel, tract
Related Words: design, plan, connivance, conniving, collusion, complicity, contraption, contrivance, device, artifice, maneuver, ruse, stratagem, trick, lay, brew, concoct, cook (up), hatch, set up, finagle

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. plot1 W3 /plɒt $ plɑːt/ noun [countable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: 'piece of land']

1. PLAN a secret plan by a group of people to do something harmful or illegal
plot to do something
a plot to bomb the UN headquarters
plot against
a plot against the king
The court heard how she and her lover hatched a plot (=planned a plot) to kill her husband.
The plot to overthrow the military government was foiled (=prevented from being successful).
an assassination plot

2. STORY/FILM the events that form the main story of a book, film, or play:
The plot was a little confusing.
We discover that Jack isn’t as innocent as he seems, as the plot unfolds (=gradually becomes clearer).

3. the plot thickens used to say that events seem to be becoming more complicated – often used humorously

4. PIECE OF LAND
a) a small piece of land for building or growing things on:
a two-acre plot of land
a vegetable plot
b) a piece of land that a particular family owns in a cemetery, in which members of the family are buried when they die:
a burial plot

5. DRAWING American English a drawing that shows the plan of a building at ground level Synonym : ground plan
lose the plot at lose(14)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. plot2 verb (past tense and past participle plotted, present participle plotting)

1. [intransitive and transitive] to make a secret plan to harm a person or organization, especially a political leader or government
plot to do something
They had plotted to blow up the White House.
plot against
He suspected that the military were secretly plotting against him.
The minister was found guilty of plotting the downfall of the government.
the story of a woman who plots revenge

2. [transitive] (also plot out) to draw marks or a line to represent facts, numbers etc:
We plotted a graph to show the increase in sales figures this year.
plot something on something
You can plot all these numbers on one diagram for comparison.

3. [transitive] (also plot out) to mark, calculate, or follow the path of an aircraft or ship, for example on a map:
We plotted a course across the Pacific.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

plot
noun
I. plan
ADJ. fiendish | alleged | assassination, blackmail, coup, death, murder
VERB + PLOT hatch | uncover | foil
PREP. ~ against They had taken part in a Jacobite plot against William III.
~ by The police claim to have uncovered a plot by terrorists to assassinate the president.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

plot
II. events in a story
ADJ. simple | complex, complicated
VERB + PLOT construct She has constructed a complicated plot, with a large cast of characters.
PLOT + VERB develop, unfold
PLOT + NOUN development
PHRASES a twist in/of the plot There are several unexpected twists in the plot before the murderer is revealed.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

plot
III. piece of land
ADJ. garden, vegetable | farm, subsistence | building | burial | small | 10-acre, 12-acre, etc. They own a five-acre plot of land.
family, private
VERB + PLOT work
PLOT + VERB measure sth The plots each measure 10 metres by 20 metres.
PHRASES a plot of land

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

plot
verb
I. make secret plans
ADV. allegedly | secretly
PREP. against He was arrested on suspicion of plotting against the king.
with Taylor plotted with his daughter to murder her husband.
PHRASES accuse/suspect sb of plotting sth

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

plot
II. mark sth on a chart
ADV. accurately The positions of the archaeological finds are accurately plotted.
PREP. against Greenhouse temperature can be plotted against plant growth.
on plotting the figures on a graph

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

plot

be involved in a plot
He was involved in a plot to kidnap the Pope.
mastermind a plot (=organize it)
He is accused of masterminding a plot to bring down the government.
uncover/discover a plot
They didn’t suspect that their plot had been uncovered.
foil a plot (=prevent it from being successful)
The plot was foiled when he was stopped by US Customs agents.
hatch a plot (=make one)
They have admitted hatching a plot to kill the president.
a murder plot
He was questionned about about an attempted murder plot.
an assassination plot
The assassination plot to kill General de Gaulle was unsuccessful.
a terrorist plot
Police foiled a terrorist plot to attack a nuclear reactor.
the victim of a plot
He was the victim of a plot by his political opponents.
be part of a plot
These accusations are part of a plot to discredit him.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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