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Meaning of “checkout” in the English Dictionary

"checkout" in British English

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checkoutnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈtʃek.aʊt/
B1 the ​place in a ​shop, ​especially a ​largefoodshop, where you ​pay for ​yourgoods: Your ​fruit and ​vegetables will be ​weighed at the checkout. She ​works on the checkout at the ​localsupermarket.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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(Definition of checkout from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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checkoutnoun [U]

 us   /ˈtʃek·ɑʊt/
the ​act of ​leaving a ​hotel and ​payingyourbill: Late checkout should be ​arranged in ​advance.
(Definition of checkout from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"checkout" in Business English

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checkoutnoun

uk   us   /ˈtʃekaʊt/
[C] COMMERCE the ​place in a ​store, especially a large ​foodstore, where you ​pay for your ​goods: Your fruit and vegetables will be ​weighed at the checkout. She ​works on the checkout at the ​localsupermarket.
[C or U] E-COMMERCE the ​area of a ​website where you ​order and ​pay for ​goods, or the ​process of ​paying for ​goods: Click on your ​selections and ​proceed to checkout.
[U] the ​process of ​leaving a ​hotelroom, ​paying for it, and ​returning the ​key: Checkout is at 11:00 am. Speak to Reception if you would like to ​request a later checkout.
(Definition of checkout from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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