Definition of chartlet in English:


Pronunciation /ˈCHärtlət/ /ˈtʃɑrtlət/


  • A small chart, as for navigation, highlighting a particular feature.

    • ‘Whatever other guidebooks you pick up, be sure not to miss Yachtsman's Guide to the Virgin Islands, which now includes a very informative section, with chartlets, on eastern Puerto Rico, Vieques, and the Culebra archipelago.’
    • ‘Its chartlets and color aerial photos are superb, and its exuberant text tells you everything you really need to know.’
    • ‘Part of the profits from these chartlets goes to ‘Friends of the Environment’.’
    • ‘The harbour plans were drawn on site and there may be some minor discrepancies between the chartlets and official plans if they can be found.’
    • ‘To view the printable large scale versions of these chartlets in the actual program, you will need the program installed on your computer.’
    • ‘It has dozens of very large scale chartlets, one of which had provided us the reassuring buoy number mentioned in the Day Five segment.’
    • ‘One of the people behind the company is Lars Granath, who also provides the excellent nature harbour chartlets in the books.’
    • ‘The two mines that will be blown up are labelled M1 and M3 on the chartlets.’
    • ‘Chartlets offer colorful and easy-to-understand information so children have a constant resource.’
    • ‘Resource guides on the back of chartlets include dozens of activity suggestions for learning about each particular part of the animal kingdom.’



/ˈCHärtlət/ /ˈtʃɑrtlət/