Check out - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈtʃek ˈaʊt|
Brit.  |tʃek ˈaʊt|

verb

- examine so as to determine accuracy, quality, or condition (syn: check, go over)
- announce one's departure from a hotel
- be verified or confirmed; pass inspection (syn: check)
- trace (syn: run down)
- record, add up, and receive payment for items purchased
- withdraw money by writing a check (syn: cheque)
- try to learn someone's opinions and intentions

Extra examples

I'm afraid old Charlie has checked out.

The library allows you to check out six books at a time.

...check out the house and let me know if you think it's worth buying...

...there are a lot of sights around the world that I want to see before I check out...

Does his story check out?

Check out this dope new song.

I made a phone call to check out his address.

Hey, check out that car!

Check out these fat beats.

You must check out of the hotel by 10 a.m.

We're supposed to check out of the hotel by 11 o'clock.

Police were called in to check out a suspect van.

Check out Omar's new car. The brother must be makin' bank.

Check out this new game - it's bare hard.

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