Definition of 'check out'
Example sentences containing 'check out'
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We have to check out new routes or new ships, rather than enjoy them the way we should," she complained, sometimes bitterly. WEB OF DREAMSThat evening I went over to Freda Taylor's to check out Cheryl's employers. FORESTS OF THE NIGHTMarijke has also asked the German teams to check out your idea about a campaign of academic criticism. THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
But first, I think there's one place I need to check out right here in town. IN A STRANGE CITY (2001)
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Translations for 'check out'
British English: check out /tʃɛk aʊt/ VERB
When you check out of a hotel, you pay the bill and leave.
They packed and checked out of the hotel.
- American English: check out
- Arabic: يُغادِرُ الفُنْدُق
- Brazilian Portuguese: fechar a conta em um hotel
- Chinese: 办理退房手续
- Croatian: odjaviti se
- Czech: odhlásit se hotel
- Danish: tjekke ud
- Dutch: uitchecken
- European Spanish: irse habiendo pagado la factura, etc.
- Finnish: maksaa lasku ja lähteä hotellista
- French: régler sa note
- German: abreisen
- Greek: κάνω τσεκ άουτ
- Italian: pagare alla cassa
- Japanese: チェックアウトする
- Korean: 지불을 끝내고 호텔을 나오다
- Norwegian: sjekke ut
- Polish: wymeldować się
- European Portuguese: fechar a conta num hotel
- Romanian: a elibera camera
- Russian: выезжать из гостиницы
- Spanish: registrar la salida
- Swedish: checka ut
- Thai: แจ้งออก
- Turkish: ayrılmak otel
- Ukrainian: виписуватися
- Vietnamese: thanh toán hóa đơn và rời khỏi khách sạn
Definition of check out from the Collins English Dictionary
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