Definition of 'check in'
Example sentences containing 'check in'
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Graham paid the taxi driver, who had helped to carry the suitcases into the foyer, then crossed to the reception desk to check in. ALASTAIR MCLEAN'S 'NIGHT WATCH'
I handed him a fold of notes and he pushed away from me arriving at the check-in desk with a toe-stubbing abruptness. INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2004)She moves towards the Berlin check-in desk, but cannot see him. SEA MUSIC (2004)
Trends of 'check in'
Used Occasionally. check in is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'check in'
British English: check in /tʃɛk ɪn/ VERB
When you check in or check into a hotel or clinic, you arrive and go through the necessary procedures before staying there.
He checked in at the hotel and asked to see the manager.
- American English: check in
- Arabic: يَتَسَجَّلُ في فُنْدُق
- Brazilian Portuguese: fazer o check-in
- Chinese: 登记
- Croatian: prijaviti se
- Czech: ubytovat se
- Danish: tjekke ind
- Dutch: inchecken
- European Spanish: registrarse
- Finnish: ilmoittautua
- French: s'enregistrer aéroport/hôtel
- German: einchecken
- Greek: κάνω τσεκ ιν
- Italian: effettuare il check-in
- Japanese: チェックインする
- Korean: 투숙 수속을 밟다
- Norwegian: sjekke inn
- Polish: zameldować się
- European Portuguese: fazer o check-in
- Romanian: a se înregistra
- Russian: регистрироваться, въезжать в гостинице
- Spanish: registrar la entrada
- Swedish: checka in
- Thai: ลงทะเบียนเพื่อเข้าพัก
- Turkish: giriş yapmak
- Ukrainian: реєструватися
- Vietnamese: đăng ký khi đến khách sạn hoặc sân bay
Definition of check in from the Collins English Dictionary
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