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checkout

noun [C] uk   /ˈtʃek.aʊt/ us  
B1 the place in a shop, especially a large food shop, where you pay for your goods: Your fruit and vegetables will be weighed at the checkout. She works on the checkout at the local supermarket.B1 the place on a website where you order and pay for goods: Choose your CD-ROMs and proceed to checkout.
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