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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcharteredchar‧tered /ˈtʃɑːtəd $ ˈtʃɑːrtərd/ adjective [only before noun] British English   chartered accountant/surveyor/engineer etc
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charteredPartner in Blinkhorn's chartered accountancy firm.Her young men hitherto had been in the City, or in advertising, chartered accountancy, or even television.Last year 1,050 people lost the right to call themselves chartered accountants because they didn't stump up by 30 June.B and W were the two main equity partners in the firm of chartered accountants, C Connelly & Co.This has meant that one of the major firms of chartered accountants has been employed.Inquiries must continue, however, to discover if Trevor Graham, a chartered surveyor, takes rural walks.
From Longman Business Dictionarycharteredchar‧tered /ˈtʃɑːtədˈtʃɑːrtərd/ adjective [only before a noun]1TRANSPORTTRAVELa chartered ship, aircraft etc is one that someone has paid to useThirty people were killed when a chartered airliner carrying French tourists crashed in Senegal.2LAW in the US, a chartered organization is one that has a charter allowing it to operatethe decision to close 45 state chartered banksa federally chartered company