Definitions of "charter"
  1. A legal document issued by a government or state providing certain rights, freedoms, or privileges to an individual or group
  2. A documented authority giving constitutional powers to a city, educational institute, or a company
  3. An official document issued by an organization's leaders to create a new office, branch, or subgroup
  4. A contract for renting a ship, typically for transporting goods
  5. The act of granting specific rights or powers to an entity through a legal document
  6. The act of temporarily renting or hiring something, generally for exclusive use
How to use "charter" in a sentence
  1. The city council reviewed the charter before discussing new policy reforms.
  2. To launch the new branch, we first need to receive a charter from headquarters.
  3. The cruise company decided to charter the entire ship for the summer voyage.

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