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charter
Definition:
A document drawn up in due form, conferring or confirming certain powers, rights, privileges, and immunities; a patent; a grant; a contract, as in letting or hiring a ship; a claim of rights.

What does the acronym charter stand for?

CHARTER abbreviation definitions:
–  Critical and High Assurance Requirements Transformed through Engineering Rigour
–  Commitment to Humane Animal Research Through Excellence and Responsibility

Synonyms:

noun
agreement
piece of paper, treaty, the nod, indenture.
approval
imprimatur.
charter
hire, take, rent, engage, lease.
communication
charter.
diploma
shingle, shingles, sheepskins, sheepskin.
guarantee
gage, Certifications, recognizances, earnests, certification, recognizance, gages.
justice
equity, judicature, penalty, fair play, judicatory, legitimacy, fair treatment, legalization, reasonableness, legalizations, square deal, due process, justness, judicatures, legal process, Constitutionality.
permit
safe-conduct, visa, safe-conducts, VISAS, permit, sufferance, safeconduct.
treaty, agreement
concession, deed, permit, document, indenture, grant, contract, bond, conveyance, constitution, code, license, pact, patent, franchise, prerogative, allotment, settlement, privilege, endowment, right.
verb
possession
engage, charter, lease, rent, take, hire.
reserve, commission
borrow, lease, employ, authorize, rent, hire, sanction, engage, allow, let.
social
hire, lease, rent, charter.
Examples of usage:
  1. If he won't, offer to buy his blasted charter. – On With Torchy by Sewell Ford
  2. The President's year being about expired, in accordance with the charter, he resigned, and Captain Martin was elected President. – Captain John Smith by Charles Dudley Warner Last Updated: February 22, 2009
  3. But the difficulty that constantly presented itself was what should be done with the territory were the charter broken up; what government should replace that of the company. – George Brown by John Lewis
  4. Jimmy now decided to charter a swift motor boat. – Death Points a Finger by Will Levinrew
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