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check in

phrasal verb with check     /tʃek/ verb
AIRPORT
B1 to go to the desk at an airport in order to say that you have arrived and to get the number of your seat havalanında uçağa biniş için kayıt olmak, bagajını teslim ederek koltuk numarası almak We have to check in three hours before the flight leaves.Announcing, informing and statingArrivals and departures
HOTEL
B1 to go to the desk at a hotel in order to say that you have arrived, and to get the key to your room otele kaydolmak, oda numarası ve anahtarı almak Announcing, informing and stating
(Definition of check in phrasal verb, verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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