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Meaning of “double-check” in the English Dictionary

(Definition of double-check from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"double-check" in American English

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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.
(Definition of double-check from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"double-check" in Business English

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double-checkverb [I or T]

uk   us   /ˌdʌblˈtʃek/
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)
Translations of “double-check”
in Chinese (Simplified) 复核,复查…
in Turkish iki kez kontrol etmek/gözden geçirmek…
in Russian перепроверять…
in Chinese (Traditional) 複核,複查…
in Polish sprawdzać dwa razy, sprawdzać drugi raz, upewniać się…
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