chart

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noun
1 diagram showing information
ADJECTIVE
accompanying
bar, flow, pie
flip, wall (usually wallchart)

Each classroom has a flip chart to write on.

medical, patient (AmE)
organization, organizational
depth (= showing the places of players on the field in some sports) (AmE)
CHART + VERB
give sth, illustrate sth, indicate sth, list sth, show sth

a bar chart showing how sales have increased

PREPOSITION
in a/the chart

the information given in the chart

on a/the chart

The percentage of graduates is shown on the chart.

PHRASES
off the charts

The wealth to be found in this town is off the charts (= very high).

2 detailed map of the sea/sky
ADJECTIVE
nautical, navigation
weather
astrological, star
PREPOSITION
on a/the chart

The islands were not marked on their chart.

3 the charts (esp. BrE) list of pop music records
ADJECTIVE
album, pop, singles
VERB + THE CHARTS
enter, go into, hit

Their single went straight into the charts at number one.

His latest single hit the charts last week.

climb
be top of, top

The song topped the charts for three weeks.

CHART + NOUN
hit
PREPOSITION
in the chart

Is that song still in the charts?

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verb
Chart is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑exhibition
Chart is used with these nouns as the object: ↑course, ↑journey, ↑path, ↑progress, ↑territory

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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