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"check out" in American English

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check out

phrasal verb with check  us   /tʃek/ verb
  • (LEAVE)

to leave a hotel after paying for your room and services: The Gardners checked out early this morning to catch a plane to Toronto.
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"check out" in British English

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check out

phrasal verb with check uk   /tʃek/  us   /tʃek/ verb
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"check out" in Business English

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check out

phrasal verb with check uk   us   /tʃek/ verb
if information, facts, etc. check out, you can prove that they are true or correct: If a caller claiming to be from the company asks you for personal data, dial the 800 number on your card to see if his story checks out.
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