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  • EN [ plɒt]
  • US [ plɑːt]

English definition


  • 1. a secret scheme to do something (especially something underhand or illegal);

    • "they concocted a plot to discredit the governor"
    • "I saw through his little game from the start"
  • 2. a small area of ground covered by specific vegetation;

    • "a bean plot"
    • "a cabbage patch"
    • "a briar patch"
  • 3. the story that is told in a novel or play or movie etc.;

    • "the characters were well drawn but the plot was banal"
  • 4. a chart or map showing the movements or progress of an object


  • 1. plan secretly, usually something illegal;

    • "They plotted the overthrow fo the government"
  • 2. make a schematic or technical drawing of that shows how things work or how they are constructed

  • 3. make a plat of;

    • "Plat the town"

Example sentences

  • He exposed the plot to the police.

  • He roughly outlined the plot of the opera.

  • The general is accused of conniving in a plot to topple the government.

  • The plot has fallen through.

  • They lost the bid for leaking out the plot.

  • The Secret Service smelled out a plot to assassinate the President.

  • The plot of the film is ingeniously conceived.

  • The plot is intricate and full of interest.

  • He issued a very strongly worded statement denying any involvement in the plot.

  • The enemy's plot was frustrated.

  • Its loose plot spoils the novel.

  • The plot of the novel is intricate and fascinating.

  • The plot of this book is incredible.

  • The plot of the film is simply dreamed up.

  • The police have uncovered a plot.

  • This is a novel with a complicated plot.

  • The state farm assigned the experimental plot to that group.

  • Plot a graph of height against age.

  • The excellent acting wasn't enough to redeem a weak plot.

  • The play has a very schematic plot.

  • They used a computer to plot the movements of everyone in the building.

  • The houses are well spaced out, each on its own plot of ground and mat of coarse grass.

  • The plot unfolds at a plodding pace.

  • The plot seems contrived.

  • A specific plot to kill him was uncovered in the past couple of weeks.

  • He was responding to reports of an assassination plot against him.

  • Despite its length and convoluted plot, "Asta's Book" is a rich and rewarding read.

  • The plot does stretch credulity.

Phrase collocation

  • lose the plot

    (informal)lose one's ability to understand or cope with what is happening

    • many people believe that he is feeling the strain or has lost the plot.

  • the plot thickens

    • many people believe that he is feeling the strain or has lost the plot.

Synonym discrimination

  • draft, outline, diagram, plot, sketch, blueprint

  • plan, design, plot, scheme, project, blueprint, programme

Meaning of plot

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