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tick sb/sth off

UK ( US check sb/sth off)
phrasal verb with tick uk   us   /tɪk/ verb [T] UK ( US check)
to put a ​symbol next to a ​name, etc. on a ​list to show that something has been done or dealt with, someone is ​present, etc.: Tick off all the ​people on the ​list who have ​replied.
(Definition of tick sb/sth off from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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