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English definition of “check out something”

check out something

infml
verb phrasal verb with check  /tʃek/ us  

(EXAMINE)

to examine something or visit a place in order to learn about it: Don't forget you can check us out anytime online. You have to check out the nursing home before putting your mother in it.
(Definition of check out something phrasal verb, verb from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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