Bedeutung von “check out” im Essential American English Dictionary

check out

phrasal verb with check us /tʃek/ verb

B1 to leave a hotel after paying

to go to an area to pay for the things you have chosen to buy in a store or on a website:

I had already checked out when I remembered we were out of milk.

to borrow a book, CD, etc. from a library:

You can check out up to six items at a time.

(Definition von “check out” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)