There are 2 translations of plot in Spanish:

plot1

Pronunciation: /plɑːt; plɒt/

n

  • 3 (piece of land) terreno (m), solar (m), parcela (f)
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    • The original owners of Ellenborough Park also owned the surrounding land, which they sold off in plots for building purposes.
    • Over the last two months everybody at the school has been busy with the planting of a bog garden, a vegetable plot and a Spring Clean of the grounds.
    • Men in the garden weeding the vegetable plot, while others are tending to the animals meet us.
  • 4 (on graph) línea (feminine)
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    • Interpreting that information is not like interpreting a simple plot or graph.
    • Ternary plots are then produced to show the similarities of the populations in the database, in particular between those samples in the same population as the sample being identified.
    • One of the easiest ways to spot the patterns in the data is to produce ternary plots which emphasise how the elements in a sample are associated with one another.

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The Basque autonomous police force is called Ertzaintza. Its members, called ertzainas, wear a uniform of red sweaters and berets, and white jackets. Despite the Ertzaintza's wide range of responsibilities, the Guardia Civil and Policía Nacional still operate in the Basque Country.

There are 2 translations of plot in Spanish:

plot2

vt (-tt-)

  • 1 (mark out) [curve/graph] trazar*; [position] determinar; [point] señalar, marcar*
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    • Many hardboat skippers have PCs by the helm, displaying electronic charts, plotting their position from a GPS interface and even steering the boat's auto-pilot.
    • Furthermore, the bike can't stop to evaluate its position and plot a new route; everything must be done in real time.
    • Then it was back to the charts, where each team planned a route and then plotted a magnetic course to steer for each leg of the 13-mile trip to Block Island.
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    • Surely the chaos game algorithm will plot the same point multiple times.
    • Approximately, only every fifth data point is actually plotted on the graphs.
    • The article abounds with graphs sporting unlabeled axes, imprecise axis scales, inaccurately plotted points, and confused methods explanations.
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    • Survival curves were plotted and the significance of differences between life spans of strains was analyzed using the Mann-Whitney test.
    • Receiver operating characteristic curves were plotted for the early and late stages of the disease in both the areas.
    • You can plot a curve (a reaction function) showing the cost or benefit to firm A for each price.
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    • The graph plots the cancer rate for each sex within 10-year age bands for the UK in 1999.
    • Page 7 of the PDF has a nice set of graphs that plot the measured personality characteristics as a function of age.
    • He holds up a graph plotting the dramatically dropping rates of the hormone over a woman's life, a drop that parallels the drop in estrogen levels.
  • 2 (plan) [rebellion/revenge] tramar

vi (-tt-)

  • to plot (against sb) conspirar (contra algn) to plot to + infinitive/infinitivo conspirar para + infinitive/infinitivo they plotted to kill her conspiraron para matarla
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    • I think that when I sleep, or when I'm out doing whatever, they are secretly plotting against me.
    • France nurtured what was essentially a myth of a united people, secretly despising and plotting against the occupiers for five years.
    • If he is indeed plotting against us, his plans will be foiled.

Phrasal verbs

plot out

verb + adverb + object/verbo + adverbio + complemento
[boundary/perimeter] (de)marcar* con estacas 1.1 [trend/line] trazar* 1.2 [plan/response] preparar

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Word of the day plana
f
page …
Cultural fact of the day

The Basque autonomous police force is called Ertzaintza. Its members, called ertzainas, wear a uniform of red sweaters and berets, and white jackets. Despite the Ertzaintza's wide range of responsibilities, the Guardia Civil and Policía Nacional still operate in the Basque Country.