Definition of 'checkout'
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Use the code at the online checkout or present this page at the till in store. Times, Sunday Times (2016)By entering the codes at the checkout while shopping online you receive a reduction in the price. The Sun (2012)Shoppers claim their reward cards have been switched as they are swiped through the tills by checkout staff. The Sun (2012)You are losing trade because of those crazy self-service checkouts you have. The Sun (2015)That woman at the checkout counter - her people landed much earlier. Red Hunting in the Promised Land: Anticommunism and the Making of America (1994)Does the self-service checkout system cause books to disappear? Christianity Today (2000)They have too many managers who get paid far too much compared with hard-working checkout staff. The Sun (2012)It's a far cry from friendly chats with shopkeepers and checkout staff. The Sun (2012)A third more tills can be squeezed into a store and checkout staff can be deployed elsewhere. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He argues that interaction with staff at the checkout on a convenience shopping trip is usually minimal, anyway. Times, Sunday Times (2009)For good measure, it arrested the owners of a pharmacy chain for the heinous act of not opening enough checkout counters. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Just enter BUZZ at the online checkout. The Sun (2011)Enter the SUN code at the online checkout and the discount will be applied. The Sun (2014)There is an app for mobile phones and the stores have become more high-tech with self-service checkouts. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The system is to be installed in more than 330 stores at self-service and regular checkouts. The Sun (2010)Do away with self-service checkouts. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It will give you a discount code for particular goods, which you use at the retailer's online checkout. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'checkout'
British English: checkout /ˈtʃɛkaʊt/ NOUN
In a supermarket, a checkout is a counter where you pay for your goods.
- American English: checkout
- Arabic: مُغَادَرَةُ الفُنْدُق
- Brazilian Portuguese: caixa de supermercado
- Chinese: 付款台
- Croatian: blagajna
- Czech: pokladna
- Danish: udcheckning
- Dutch: kassa het weggaan
- European Spanish: caja
- Finnish: kassa
- French: caisse
- German: Abmeldung Hotel
- Greek: τσεκ άουτ
- Italian: cassa
- Japanese: チェックアウト
- Korean: 체크아웃
- Norwegian: utsjekking
- Polish: kasa
- European Portuguese: caixa de supermercado
- Romanian: casăîn magazine
- Russian: контрольно-кассовый пункт hotel
- Spanish: registro de salida
- Swedish: kassa
- Thai: จุดจ่ายเงิน
- Turkish: çıkış
- Ukrainian: каса
- Vietnamese: quầy thu tiền
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