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double-checkverb [I/T]

to make certain that something is correct or safe, usually by examining it again: I always double-check to make sure I locked the door.
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"double-check" in Business English

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double-checkverb [I or T]

uk   /ˌdʌblˈtʃek/ us  
to make completely certain something is correct or safe, usually by examining it again: She sent an e-mail reminding colleagues to double-check facts in company publications. I think the figure is €900, but I'll double-check.
(Definition of double-check from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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