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plot

verb
 
 
/plɒt/ ( present participle plotting, past tense and past participle plotted)
PLAN [I, T] to plan to do something bad: [+ to do sth] They plotted to bring down the government. He fired all those accused of plotting against him.Plotting and trappingPlanning, expecting and arrangingCheating and tricking
MARKS [T] to make marks on a map, picture, etc to show the position or development of something: This chart plots the position of all aircraft.Maps and map-makingTables, graphs and diagrams
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