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check in/check into sth

phrasal verb with check uk   us   /tʃek/ verb
B1 to say who you are when you ​arrive at a ​hotel so that you can be given a ​key for ​yourroom: Please would you ​check in at the ​receptiondesk and ​signyourname in the ​book.

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(Definition of check in/check into sth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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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 ​receptiondesk 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.
(Definition of check in/check into sth from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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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