plot definition

  • noun:
    • a little bit of surface, generally utilized for a certain purpose: a garden story.
    • A measured section of land; a whole lot.
    • A ground plan, for a building; a diagram.
    • See graph1.
    • The design of events or main story in a narrative or drama.
    • A secret intend to accomplish a hostile or unlawful purpose; a scheme.
    • The general span of an account including significant activities that determine its training course or significant habits of occasions.
    • a location or land used for building on or planting on.
    • A plan to commit a crime.
    • A graph or diagram attracted manually or produced by a mechanical or digital camera.
    • A small degree of floor; a plat.
    • A plantation outlined.
    • an agenda or draught of a field, farm, property, etc., interested in a scale.
    • Any system, stratagem, secret design, or program, of an intricate nature, adapted into the achievement of some purpose, usually a treacherous and mischievous one; a conspiracy; an intrigue.
    • A share this kind of a plot or plan; a participation in just about any stratagem or conspiracy.
    • Contrivance; deep get to of thought; power to plot or intrigue.
    • A plan; a purpose.
    • In fiction, the story of a play, book, romance, or poem, comprising a complication of incidents which are slowly unfolded, sometimes by unexpected means.
    • some floor; specifically, a small bit of ground of well-defined form; a patch or spot of ground.
    • A patch, spot, or splotch of any sort, as with a garment.
    • In surveying, an agenda or draft of a field, farm, estate, etc., surveyed and delineated written down; a map or program.
    • A fully created scheme or program; a systematized function; design; aim.
    • A stratagem or secret plan; a secret project; an intrigue; a conspiracy.
    • The story of a play, poem, novel, or romance, comprising a complication of incidents that are finally unfolded by unanticipated means; the intrigue.
    • Contrivance; deep get to of idea; ability to prepare.
    • a secret plan to-do anything (especially one thing underhand or unlawful)
    • a tiny section of surface covered by specific plant life
    • a chart or chart showing the movements or progress of an object
    • the story that is informed in a novel or play or film an such like.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To represent graphically, as on a chart: plot a ship's course.
    • Mathematics to find (things or other figures) on a graph in the form of coordinates.
    • Mathematics to-draw (a curve) connecting things on a graph.
    • To conceive and arrange the activity and situations of: "We began plotting books at towards time We learned to learn” ( James Baldwin).
    • to create a plot for; prearrange privately or deviously: story an assassination.
    • which will make a plot, map, pr program, of; to mark the position of on an idea; to delineate.
    • To prepare; to scheme; to create; to contrive secretly.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • become located in the shape of coordinates, as on a chart or with information.
    • to create or take part in a plot; system.
    • To form a scheme of mischief against another, especially against a government or those that administer it; to conspire.
    • To contrive a plan or stratagem; to scheme.
  • verb:
    • To conceive (a crime, etc).
    • To trace down (a graph or diagram).
    • To mark (a spot on a graph, chart, etc).
    • To conceive a crime, misdeed, etc.
    • make a schematic or technical design of the shows interactions among factors or just how anything is built
    • make a plat of
    • program privately, usually one thing illegal
    • develop the sequence of activities in (a literary work or a play, motion picture, or dancing)
  • others:
    • To make a map or plan of; lay out in some recoverable format according to scale: as, to plot a farm or an estate; to plot a ship's program on a chart.
    • To determine or fix by dimensions on a map or chart.
    • To plan; type plans for; devise; contrive; conspire to impact or produce: now seldom utilized in good sense.
    • Synonyms To concoct, brew, hatch, plan.
    • To form a strategy or land; plan; especially, to conspire.
    • To scald; high in hot liquid.
    • which will make (any fluid) scalding hot.
    • To divide into plots, as a building-site.
    • To hit into desserts or balls, as detergent.

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