chartered

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WordReference English Collocations © 2019

chartered

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. take a chartered [flight, bus] (to)
  2. am on a chartered [flight] (to)
  3. a chartered [ship, boat, plane, aircraft]
  4. the Chartered [Institute, Society] (of)
  5. chartered (and certified) [accountants, engineers, surveyors]
  6. [become, qualify as] a chartered [accountant]
  7. chartered (commercial) banks
  8. [state, domestically, federally] chartered banks
  9. chartered credit unions
WordReference English Collocations © 2019

charter

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. the [business, political, economic, cultural, housing, health] charter
  2. the charter for [business]
  3. the new [business] charter
  4. a [royal, national, governmental, state] charter
  5. [establish, devise, announce] a (new) [royal] charter
  6. charter of [human, fundamental, basic, civilian] rights
  7. the [Human] Rights Charter
  8. a charter to [provide, offer, ensure, prevent, ease]
  9. a charter to [London, Paris, Barcelona]
  10. organized a charter for (the trip)
v
  1. charter a [plane, jet, bus] (to)
  2. chartered a [plane] to (take them to) [Paris]
  3. chapter [5, several] [planes]
  4. chartered for the [picnic, vacation, party, match, family]
  5. chartered to [take, carry, transport, move, help]
  6. charter [a bank, an institute, a school, a university]
  7. chartered to [provide, develop, offer, promote]
  8. chartered with [providing]
n as adj
  1. is a charter [member, town]
  2. the [main, top, only] charter school in
  3. [book, take] a charter [flight, plane, trip]
  4. UK: laid on charter coaches for the [families, fans]
adv
  1. [flew, traveled, went] charter
  2. flew charter to [Paris]
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