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check in/check into sth

phrasal verb with check uk   /tʃek/  us   /tʃek/ verb
B1 to say who you are when you arrive at a hotel so that you can be given a key for your room: Please would you check in at the reception desk and sign your name in the book.

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check in/check into sth

phrasal verb with check uk   us   /tʃek/ verb
TRANSPORT to go to a desk at an airport, port, etc., or a hotel and say that you have arrived: Passengers are requested to check in two hours before the flight. Please check in at the reception desk when you arrive. It was late when we arrived in New York so we checked into a hotel near the airport.
INTERNET, TRANSPORT to use the internet to check in for a flight: You will find it most convenient to check in online.
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Translations of “check in/check into sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) (在酒店)办理入住手续,登记,报到…
in Chinese (Traditional) (在飯店)辦理入住手續,登記,報到…
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