Traducción de plot en Español:

plot

complot, n.

Pronunciación /plɒt//plɑt/

nombre

  • 1

    (conspiracy)
    complot masculino
    conspiración femenino
  • 2

    (story)
    argumento masculino
    trama femenino
  • 3

    (piece of land)
    terreno masculino
    solar masculino
    parcela femenino
    • We wandered upstairs and downstairs, through the garden, past the vegetable plot and back to a bus stop.
    • In order to survive, most inhabitants of the big cities are forced to grow their own vegetables in garden plots or in collaboration with their families.
    • He gives five prisoners a sizable plot on the prison grounds to make the most gorgeous garden they can.
    • The compost is then used by the children's gardening club in tending the vegetable and flower plots at the 123-pupil school.
    • Men in the garden weeding the vegetable plot, while others are tending to the animals meet us.
    • The residential plots and buildings have been transformed into commercial spaces, complexes and offices.
    • Another area where councils have lost revenue is the rampant and illegal allocation of plots in many of the local authorities.
    • The plot itself is designed for businesses, offices and service space.
    • When I went back to see the room where I was born, it was just a grassy plot between two apartment buildings.
    • The original owners of Ellenborough Park also owned the surrounding land, which they sold off in plots for building purposes.
    • There was also a piece of ground which my mum and dad kept as a vegetable plot.
    • Dozens of residents and travellers crammed in the centre's room one for the first day of an appeal hearing against the council's decision to evict travellers from 11 illegal plots.
    • Over the last two months everybody at the school has been busy with the planting of a bog garden, a vegetable plot and a Spring Clean of the grounds.
    • Speaking on national radio this week, the minister said would-be growers in the Cook Islands were being encouraged to plan small plots of trees that would be easy to manage.
    • The land surrounding this section is farmland and small plots of vegetable gardens.
    • Just because a plot of ground has outline planning permission does not mean that whoever buys that land will now get permission to build so why have it in the first place?
    • I heard a figure of something like 5000 new building sites and plots now offered in greater Plettenberg Bay.
    • I am planning to purchase a plot in Bangalore.
    • There was no trace it had ever existed, except blank plots where the buildings once stood.
    • They planned to sell the plot to reinvest in their fish farms business.
  • 4

    (on graph)
    línea femenino
    • Interpreting that information is not like interpreting a simple plot or graph.
    • A plot of the data shows some interesting features.
    • Line drawings are more suitable than variable-area-wiggle plots for displaying large seismic sections at a size appropriate for publication.
    • Based on these results, we propose the relation plot as an instrument to distinguish different interaction schemes.
    • We performed an exploratory analysis of each variable included in the study by univariate statistics and distribution plots.
    • Figure 3 shows the scatter plot of estimated versus measured cloudless values for the three data sets.
    • He was able to draw the plots in such a way that the coefficient of regression became the slope of the regression line.
    • Such a plot shows that the system cycles through precisely the same state of motion again and again at regular intervals.
    • Figure 3 shows the plot of void ratio versus pressure for sample 1.
    • The prediction isn't nearly as accurate, as seen in the plot of differences between the real and expected values.
    • A funnel plot showed noticeable asymmetry in the 11 placebo controlled trials.
    • Ternary plots are then produced to show the similarities of the populations in the database, in particular between those samples in the same population as the sample being identified.
    • A plot of the theoretical relationship between stress and deformation in metal shows a linear portion that represents the elastic region.
    • Panels A and B represent a plot of the expected ratio coefficients versus the fitted ones.
    • Figure 3 shows the three scatter plots generated for the three replicates of a representative sample.
    • One of the easiest ways to spot the patterns in the data is to produce ternary plots which emphasise how the elements in a sample are associated with one another.

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    (mark out)
    (graph/curve) trazar
    (position) determinar
    (point) señalar
    (point) marcar
    • All navigation begins with plotting your position on a chart.
    • In the next graph we have plotted the monthly price of U.S. dollar Gold and the year-to-year change in U.S. currency circulation, inverted.
    • Such numbers can be plotted as points on a graph.
    • Approximately, only every fifth data point is actually plotted on the graphs.
    • We then placed this lumped linear genetic map on both x- and y-axes and plotted the positions of the epistatic interactions detected.
    • The Council has created a new cycle map plotting all routes which cyclists can use to get about the city.
    • Figure 2 plots the individual study results and the receiver operator characteristics curve for all seven studies.
    • A compass, sextant and charts were the necessary tools for plotting a course.
    • There are two modes: one plots a route to a chosen destination, the other allows you to create a more complex itinerary with any number of stops on the way to your final destination.
    • Thus, the expeditioners are reliant solely on their radio contacts with the base to plot positions and for an aircraft to be available to pick them up at the end of the expedition.
    • Surely the chaos game algorithm will plot the same point multiple times.
    • The graph plots the cancer rate for each sex within 10-year age bands for the UK in 1999.
    • This exact curve has been plotted as a dotted line in Fig 2A.
    • In addition, the clear zones and entry control points were also plotted.
    • They plotted the survival curves for each species and found significant sex differences in life expectancy favouring whichever sex took most parental responsibility.
    • Drivers punch in their starting point and destination and the quickest route is automatically plotted on a screen.
    • Survival curves were plotted and the significance of differences between life spans of strains was analyzed using the Mann-Whitney test.
    • These ages plot as a normal curve, supporting the assumption that they all derive from a single thermal event.
    • Note that sometimes a new point will be plotted further to the right than any previous one.
    • He took one last look at his map, plotting his route and continued on.
    • The outcomes for a range of spins and velocities can be plotted on a graph.
    • The system, which can plot a route from a wide range of driver inputs, always shows the most direct route.
    • The article abounds with graphs sporting unlabeled axes, imprecise axis scales, inaccurately plotted points, and confused methods explanations.
    • Lines connect all data points but symbols representing only every twelfth data point were plotted.
    • Points are plotted according to their natural color.
    • Furthermore, the bike can't stop to evaluate its position and plot a new route; everything must be done in real time.
    • A standard curve was plotted from the data obtained.
    • The old leather chart spilled out to show a cleverly plotted route of the swamplands.
    • Many hardboat skippers have PCs by the helm, displaying electronic charts, plotting their position from a GPS interface and even steering the boat's auto-pilot.
    • Council officers have had no choice but to plot a route using roads, which they accept is not ideal.
    • At each study site, we plotted the location of all nest predators seen or heard relative to robin nests.
    • Receiver operating characteristic curves were plotted for the early and late stages of the disease in both the areas.
    • A graphical display of attitudes about distance education and the delivery of course materials were plotted.
    • Then it was back to the charts, where each team planned a route and then plotted a magnetic course to steer for each leg of the 13-mile trip to Block Island.
    • Simply enter the address and the system plots the best route and guides you with voice instructions.
    • You can plot a curve (a reaction function) showing the cost or benefit to firm A for each price.
    • Once points are plotted, the information is stored in a job file on the data collector for future use.
    • The Thai Marines used compasses to mark the minefield and plotted the locations of the mines.
    • He holds up a graph plotting the dramatically dropping rates of the hormone over a woman's life, a drop that parallels the drop in estrogen levels.
    • However, the key to all these innovations was the written word and the chart on which you plotted your course.
    • Survival curves were plotted using the product limit estimates.
    • I had plotted the route in detail and made a road book.
    • The time ranges of events have been plotted to take account of the errors on radiometric dates.
    • When analysing survival data, the survival curves should always be plotted.
    • They also have to plot the aircraft's position on a chart as a backup to verify their location at all times.
    • When these curves are plotted on the same axes, their intersection points define the stable points of the system.
    • The total cost curves (total means not divided by numbers of vehicles as for average cost curves) are plotted for each capacity.
    • With previous records, inexperienced technicians had interpreted relatively simple information from an oscilloscope and plotted it on a graph.
    • The doctor will then plot these values on a growth curve that shows the height and weight ranges in a large population of children of the same age and sex.
    • However, instead of plotting a straight path, why not create a winding tour through other interesting areas of the garden on the way there?
    • Page 7 of the PDF has a nice set of graphs that plot the measured personality characteristics as a function of age.
    • Finally, frequencies versus displacement amplitude curves were plotted for different layered systems.
  • 2

    (plan)
    (rebellion/revenge) tramar

verbo intransitivo

  • 1

    conspirar
    to plot against sb conspirar contra algn
    • to plot to + inf conspirar para + inf
    • they plotted to kill her conspiraron para matarla
    • If he is indeed plotting against us, his plans will be foiled.
    • His mother's lover, General Victor Lahorie, her husband's former commanding officer, was executed for plotting against Napoleon in 1812.
    • The main enemy was the evil Cardinal Richelieu who was plotting against the easily led King and secretly working for the Spanish.
    • But I still think he may be secretly plotting his next move.
    • It would appear that our ‘enemies’ have been plotting against us for some time.
    • He probably was plotting something secretly evil.
    • The assassin's friends were already plotting against the girl and their opportunity for vengeance soon all too soon.
    • Only six months after assuming power, he imprisoned many of his opponents on the Left, claiming that they had been plotting against him.
    • Part of that freedom means actually taking the unpleasant decisions of having to support a security infrastructure and the apparatus necessary to find out who is plotting against us.
    • I think we have to work on the assumption that there are people out there plotting against us, wanting to do us grave damage.
    • I know you've been plotting against me ever since the day I became queen.
    • But he was beginning to see that to Gwyn, everyone had been plotting against him and every lord and general had planned to kill their family.
    • Back in England, old Edmund Dudley got his head chopped off for plotting against King Henry VII.
    • But he is promoted over his former superior, who pretends to be pleased at his old friend's success while secretly plotting his downfall.
    • France nurtured what was essentially a myth of a united people, secretly despising and plotting against the occupiers for five years.
    • Not since Stephen's reign had the country seen so much of its ruler, but there was little pleasure or profit to be got from a king who constantly suspected that men were plotting against him.
    • I think that when I sleep, or when I'm out doing whatever, they are secretly plotting against me.
    • Because several of the nobles to the north of us are plotting against the King.
    • I meet people all the time who are terrified walking around because they think everybody is making fun of them or plotting against them.
    • He remained an assertive influence at William III's court, however, quarrelling and plotting against those whom he believed were thwarting his own ambitions.