check in: HOTEL to go to the desk at a hotel in order to say that you have arrived, and to get the key to your room
check sth off: to put a mark next to a name or an item on a list to show that it is correct, or that it has been dealt with
check (up) on sb / sth: to try to discover how something is progressing or whether someone is doing what they should be doing
check sth out: INFORMATION informal to examine something or get more information about it in order to be certain that it is true, safe, or suitable
check in: AIRPORT to go to the desk at an airport in order to say that you have arrived and to get the number of your seat
check sth off: to put a small mark next to something on a list to show that you have dealt with it
check sth out: BOOKS mainly US to borrow books from a library
check sth out:GO TO SEE informal to go to a place in order to see what it is like
check out: to leave a hotel after paying your bill
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