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charter
American English: /ˈtʃɑrdər/
British English: /ˈtʃɑːtə/

Translation of charter in Spanish:

noun

transitive verb

  • 1 1.1 (grant charter to)
    (university/organization)
    aprobar los estatutos de
    1.2
    also: (British English) chartered past participle
    chartered accountant
    contador público, (contadora pública) (masculine, feminine) (Latin America)
    censor jurado, (censora jurada) (masculine, feminine) de cuentas (Spain)
    Example sentences
    • Finally, the business development driven corporate university is chartered to help develop business opportunities.
    • Leaders of both institutions, which are side by side in Great Horton Road, hope the new chartered university will be more than the sum of its parts.
    • Leaders hope the new chartered university would be more successful in attracting both funding and new students.
  • 2 (hire)
    (plane/ship/bus)
    Example sentences
    • Bermudans, said their skipper Clay Smith, are already chartering aircraft for the debut on the biggest of stages.
    • Previously, the few American companies that shipped goods to Cuba chartered foreign vessels.
    • Shipping companies agree to charter their ships at an agreed rate at a certain time in the future.

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