Navigation. a transparent table on a ship, used as a plotting sheet.
Military. a device based on a map or other scale representation of a region against which artillery fire is to be directed, for use in directing artillery fire against a fixed or moving target.
[plot] /plɒt/ noun 1. a secret plan or scheme to accomplish some purpose, especially a hostile, unlawful, or evil purpose: a plot to overthrow the government. 2. Also called storyline. the plan, scheme, or main story of a literary or dramatic work, as a play, novel, or short story. 3. a small piece or area […]
noun, Navigation. 1. a blank chart having only a compass rose and latitude lines, longitude lines, or both, marked and annotated, as required, by a navigator.
[plot-ee] /ˈplɒt i/ adjective, plottier, plottiest. 1. characterized by the intricacies or complications of a or intrigue: a plotty novel whose narrative is hard to follow.
[plots] /plɒts/ verb (used without object), Slang. 1. to collapse or faint, as from surprise, excitement, or exhaustion. verb to fall apart or down from a strong emotion, such as frustration or annoyance Word Origin Yiddish. platsen verb To burst with emotion, frustration, anger, etc: She’s so stoked she could plotz Related Terms plotzed (1967+)