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charter in Government topic

chartercharter2 verb [transitive] 🔊 🔊 1 PAY FORBORROWto pay a company for the use of their aircraft, boat etc 🔊 We chartered a boat to take us to some of the smaller islands.2 PGto say officially that a town, organization, or university officially exists and has special rights→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
charterI chartered a boat to take us to some of the smaller islands.In 1989, he reportedly chartered a plane to fly 150 of his friends to a $ 3 million party in London.He immediately chartered a plane to take him to Paris the next day and made his meeting.She'd have to charter a small plane.A group of journalists chartered an airplane to fly them to Addis Ababa.You just might want to think about anyone wanting to charter any boat of yours, son.International Aid Agencies have chartered ships to transport supplies to the disaster area.