Pronunciation of Charter
/t͡ʃˈɑːtə/, /tʃˈɑːtə/, /tʃ_ˈɑː_t_ə/
Synonyms for charter:
dossier, redistricting, confidentiality agreement, municipal, working paper, typescript, citywide, urbanization, urban planning, zonal, town planning, civic, urban renewal, position paper, metropolitan, nondisclosure agreement, identification card, REHAB, travelogue, Consent Form, identity card, built-up, public works, city planning, diploma, Pedestrianize, uptown, concept statement, NIMBY, lock in, zoning, pro forma, letter of agreement, crosstown, urbanized, approve, fact sheet, overspill, transcription, ID card, out-of-town, rolling contract, Annual Report, company report, invitation to tender, certificate, green paper, citified, urban.
found, registration, overdeveloped, small town, ghettoize, palimpsest, justice, guarantee, zone, guaranty, planning, franchise, residential, parchment, undeveloped, deed, leaflet, civilization, downtown, papyrus, vignette, mailing, constitution, incorporate.
empower, subscribe to.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
document, blue book, confidentiality agreement, Annual Report, Consent Form, concept statement, dossier, company report, certificate.
Sense 4 (noun)
treaty, agreement (noun)
reserve, commission (verb)
rent, hire, lease.
Usage examples for charter:
- In 1834 it received its charter as a city, and has since increased in population and importance with marvelous rapidity. - "By Water to the Columbian Exposition", Johanna S. Wisthaler.
- The original charter limited the membership to fifty members, and in less than a month the limit was reached. - "Book-Lovers, Bibliomaniacs and Book Clubs", Henry H. Harper.