Traducción de chart en Español:

chart

carta de navegación, n.

Pronunciación /tʃɑːt//tʃɑrt/

nombre

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    • 1.1Aviación Marina

      carta de navegación femenino
      • Dee prepared nautical information, including charts for navigation in the polar regions, for the company during the next 32 years.
      • Until now, boaters with navigation software had to purchase their charts from a vendor or pay a vendor for a subscription to a chart updating service.
      • The manual also contains a handy navigation chart for the control panel on the printer itself.
      • These objects were not marked on nautical charts.
      • Our chart showed a group of small islands off to starboard, with - unusually - a marked channel leading in.
      • The case for more accurate and timely government nautical charts seems to have resonated within the new Bush Administration this year.
      • The only hang-up was the navigation chart got sucked out the window somewhere over North Carolina; fortunately, we were in a familiar area.
      • Balides, embarking on his 24th mission, was there with his track chart and flight plan.
      • Glancing at our navigation chart, I noticed the Lakehurst Naval Air Station with its huge airship hangars was slightly off course inland.
      • Each participant of the rally, that began from Grand Hyatt hotel here, was given a navigation chart containing directions of route and driving speed.
      • For example, you want to make sure that the ‘old’ name is removed from everything on board, including log books and charts.
      • He also drew the first accurate navigation charts of the islands.
      • Her current task is to undertake survey work, updating existing charts and navigational resources.
      • Items on a table included an air chart of the US, and a flight instruction manual.
      • Having to navigate whilst seated on the deck facing aft with only a chart, a stopwatch and a navigation plan is a feat few could accomplish and must be admired.
      • All the airspace changes will be depicted on aeronautical charts from November 25.
      • Among the items in the collection is Captain Cook's original chart of Newfoundland - one of more than 100,000 items which will be located in the Naval Base.
      • Your choice of aeronautical charts also is important.
      • Without an accurate chart, she anchored in Betano Bay at dusk on September 23, 1942 and commenced disembarking troops over her quarterdeck.
      • Many were wrecked because of inadequate knowledge or charts, poor navigation skills or handling but also as a result of the unpredictable seas and weather.

    • 1.2Meteorología

      mapa masculino
      carta femenino

    • 1.3

      (diagram, graph) gráfico masculino
      (table) tabla femenino
      to keep a chart of sth llevar una estadística de algo
      • His well-structured argument included charts, graphs, and scientific data to describe climate change trends.
      • The chart above shows a graph of the most influential or authoritative blogs as compared with the most authoritative ‘big media’ sites.
      • Frequently, a sketch, a map, a chart, a graph, a computerized illustration or even a photograph really has no probative value at all.
      • Maybe you hate paperwork and your dream come true would be to have all the quotes reformatted as a graph or a comparison chart instead of having to sit there and read through the lot.
      • As the chart illustrates, the longer you have your money invested, the greater your investment return and the less you need to save to reach your goal.
      • It contains many descriptive black and white drawings, as well as tables, charts, and graphs, to illustrate information in the text.
      • The graphs and charts provide fascinating information, along with colorful photographs of many different types of chameleons.
      • Don't you have a chart or a graph somewhere that tells you when you've repeated yourself.
      • The abundance of figures, tables, charts, and examples help make the research results more understandable.
      • This bit of dry data, presented in charts and tables of figures intelligible only to specialists, links the unremarkable urban events with the movement of the stars.
      • This documentation frequently is supplemented with tables, charts, and graphs to illustrate information presented in the text.
      • Science questions often consist of interpreting a graph or a chart correctly rather than knowing anything about chemical properties or physical laws.
      • The distribution of patients according to vital status, therapy received, or a specific prognostic factor can also be displayed as a table or a chart.
      • She was sitting as usual at the table with sheets and charts spread all around her, a pen in her hand and a coffee close by.
      • His collection of antique graphs and finely ruled charts works great for explaining information design to academics and engineers.
      • There were neatly laid out charts, tables and graphs in bright colours, illustrating the statistical information and making it all easier to spot the main trends.
      • The couch was inviting, but the table in front was devoid of his charts and probe data sheets.
      • There is a choice between several standard graph styles, bar charts, pie charts and line charts.
      • He had carefully drawn various diagrams and charts on oversize graph paper.
      • It also helps to extract information into charts, tables, bulleted lists and interactive graphics.

  • 2charts plural

    (hit parade)
    the charts la lista de éxitos
    • the singles charts la lista de singles

verbo transitivo

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    (make map of)
    trazar el mapa de
    • On September 14 the unit was reconnoitred as a diversionary raid; two mines were found and detonated and the beach and defense positions charted.
    • But the Pacific Ocean is unpredictable, some areas are not charted well and some of the charts go back to the last century so you can get reefs and islands off where they actually are.
    • I had spent an idyllic summer on Mayne Island which takes its name from a lieutenant on a Royal Navy survey ship that charted these waters a century and a half ago.
    • In 1821 Captain Philip P. King visited Stanley Island as he sailed north, charting the coasts for the British Navy in the interests of colonial power.
    • Interest in the colonies was also sustained by a new generation of restless, independent-minded explorers who set off to chart the unmapped areas beyond the frontiers of the French Empire.
    • A Soviet oceanographer added his own theory to the pile in 1979, when he charted a sunken plateau about 560 miles off the western coast of Portugal.
    • He also learnt about cartographic techniques, that is the ability to go and chart coasts of new lands.
    • Cook charted the coasts and seaways of Canada, the St Lawrence Channel and the coasts of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland.
    • It wasn't until these areas were charted, the dangers known, and markets for goods discovered that private ships sailed the ocean to move goods around the planet.
    • Tipperary man Henry Kellett was the first European to sight and chart the Siberian coast.
    • As well as observing the transit of Venus at Tahiti, Cook charted the coasts of both the large islands of New Zealand and of eastern Australia.
    • Flinders surveyed and charted the entire south coast from Cape Leeuwin and reached South Australian waters in January 1802 also charting the coast, islands, bays and headlands.
    • They span the period from James Cook's first Pacific voyage, which charted the east coast of Australia in 1770, to the present.
    • The ship went on to chart the east coast of Australia, successfully claiming half the continent for King George III.
    • The island was clearly identified in court records of the Ming dynasty, charted by the explorer Cheng Ho in 1430 and given its current name, Taiwan.
    • Leaving New Zealand in April 1770, Cook made for Australia and began charting the coast.
    • Volunteers will get a designated area to chart starting at 12 noon and all are welcome to go along to help.
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    (plan, plot)
    trazar
    • The Canadian Cancer Society, on the other hand, has recently charted an independent course.
    • You have to chart your own course, for you know best your situation.
    • I shall continue to chart my own course to recovery.
    • Lee turned from the windows and followed his executive to the table, and they began to chart a new course.
    • Actually, the route that the bus follows was charted by a police constable by the name of Tolmer.
    • It wants to chart the changing landscape of the area and its transformation from marshes to a new town.
    • They wanted their clubs to go one way, but found others charting a different course.
    • Rather than tying literary phenomena to underlying social and political developments, she charts an autonomous history for literature itself.
    • It highlights key facets of presidential policies and priorities, difficulties and conflicts, while charting the developing nature of the office.
    • And by far the best way to enjoy it is to hire a cabin cruiser and chart a course along its winding length.
    • Hence they can be used as unfaltering focal points by which to chart your personal development.
    • It was Charles de Gaulle who first charted this course.
    • Instead we carry on our proud tradition of charting an independent course.
    • Her surname suits, because you'll need an atlas to chart her background.
    • It is the 17th book in a series of guides charting the pharmaceutical industry's progress in major disease areas.
    • A new book has been published tracing the history of an Oakworth family and charting its influence on the area.
    • Knowing how they have charted their courses can only help as you begin to chart yours.
    • In the special exhibition area the costume gallery charts some of the radical changes that have occurred in tennis outfits, especially for women.
    • Although it charts the development of ideas in Van Gogh's ouevre, the show is not organised strictly chronologically, but by theme.
    • But he must be left unfettered to chart his own course, do the job as a true political leader and with all the powers normally associated with true leadership.
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    (progress/changes) seguir atentamente
    (changes/progress) (record) registrar gráficamente
    the graph charts their progress el gráfico muestra / refleja su progreso
    • A national database charts more than 28 million UK addresses which can identify whether or not a home has a licence.
    • I explain their viewing will be first charted, then restricted.
    • The technique measures activity in different regions of the brain by charting the flow of blood to particular areas.
    • Certain off licences in the city centre operate a refusal register, which charts the estimated age of children that they turn away.
    • Participants recorded and charted their daily lifestyle activities in each area to provide evaluative feedback.
    • Federal investigators are scouring records to chart the life of the animal and others in its birth herd for evidence that they may have consumed contaminated feed.
    • Today, unattended robotic telescopes scan skies that have been charted over centuries, recording their findings in modern databases.
    • All aspects of each practice game should be charted and recorded so that individual player analysis is complete.
    • This now holds over 5.2 million records of marine life and has charted 38,000 species.
    • In principle, victim surveys are an additional way of charting the nature of victimization.
    • The work is double- and triple-checked by two other reporters charting the game from home.
    • As there can be 100 or so storms a year meteorologists need a means of identifying individual storms to avoid confusion, especially as one or more storms may be followed and charted by many meteorologists simultaneously.
    • These summary scores and a summary score for all areas were calculated, recorded, and charted on a lifestyle summary sheet.
    • Coach Smith's system of different defenses are charted in the following diagram.
    • The stable funds will rarely need charting, just a monthly record of prices.
    • System software generates reports and charts the results to user specifications.
    • Jane, a registered nurse on a busy surgical unit, completes an assessment of one of her assigned postoperative patients but charts minimal information on the patient record.
    • In an intensive work period, Beagle surveyed more than 120 square miles of sea-bed, locating and charting more than 3,500 identifiable individual features.
    • Participants also calculated and charted a weekly summary of their lifestyle activities in each area for additional feedback.
    • The final survey results will be revealed in the live event starting in late May, with the overall aim being to gain 100,000 recordings charting spring's arrival.