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check /tʃek/ verb
check noun
cheque , check /tʃek/ noun [countable]


امتحان کردن بازرسی ، منع ، و شدن بوی شکار ، کم یا متوقف کردن سرعت بدن (ترامپولین) ، بازرسی کردن ، بازدید کردن ، رسیدگی کردن سر زدن ، بازداشت کردن ، دریچه تنظیم ، جلوگیری کردن از ، ممانعت کردن ، سرزنش کردن ، رسیدگی کردن ، مقابله کردن ، مقابله ، بررسی کردن ، تطبیق کردن ، نشان گذاردن ، چک بانک ، علوم مهندسی: امتحان ، بازرسی شد ، کامپیوتر: بررسی کردن ، عمران: دستگاهی که روی تاسیسات ابی جهت تنظیم سطح اب ساخته میشود ، معماری: وارسی ، قانون ـ فقه: چک ، ورزش: کیش ، کم یا متوقف کردن سرعت بدن ، علوم نظامی: بازرسی شد
الکترونیک: مقابله ، مقابله کردن ، بررسی ، بررسی کردن ، کامپیوتر: بازرسی کردن ، امتحان کردن بازرسی ، امتحان ، علوم مهندسی: منع ، تطبیق ، مقابله ، چک ، حقوق: و شدن بوی شکار ، کیش ، شطرنج : ، کم یا متوقف کردن سرعت بدن ، ترامپولین ، : ورزشی: وارسی ، معماری: بازرسی کردن ، بازدید کردن ، رسیدگی کردن سر زدن ، بازداشت کردن ، بازرسی شد ، مخابرات ، : علوم نظامی: دریچه تنظیم ، دستگاهی که روی تاسیسات ابی جهت تنظیم سطح اب ساخته میشود ، عمران: جلوگیری کردن از، ممانعت کردن ، سرزنش کردن ، رسیدگی کردن ، مقابله کردن ، مقابله ، بررسی ، بررسی کردن ، تطبیق کردن ، نشان گذاردن ، چک بانکمقابله ، مقابله کردن ، بررسی ، بررسی کردن ، کامپیوتر: بازرسی کردن ، امتحان کردن بازرسی ، امتحان ، علوم مهندسی: منع ، تطبیق ، مقابله ، چک ، حقوق: و شدن بوی شکار ، کیش ، شطرنج : ، کم یا متوقف کردن سرعت بدن ، ترامپولین ، : ورزشی: وارسی ، معماری: بازرسی کردن ، بازدید کردن ، رسیدگی کردن سر زدن ، بازداشت کردن ، بازرسی شد ، مخابرات ، : علوم نظامی: دریچه تنظیم ، دستگاهی که روی تاسیسات ابی جهت تنظیم سطح اب ساخته میشود ، عمران: جلوگیری کردن از، ممانعت کردن ، سرزنش کردن ، رسیدگی کردن ، مقابله کردن ، مقابله ، بررسی ، بررسی کردن ، تطبیق کردن ، نشان گذاردن ، چک بانک کامپیوتر: چک کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

check
[verb]
Synonyms:
- examine, inquire into, inspect, investigate, look at, make sure, monitor, research, scrutinize, study, test, vet
- stop, delay, halt, hinder, impede, inhibit, limit, obstruct, restrain, retard
[noun]
Synonyms:
- examination, inspection, investigation, once-over (informal), research, scrutiny, test
- stoppage, constraint, control, curb, damper, hindrance, impediment, limitation, obstacle, obstruction, restraint
Antonyms: expedite, accelerate (of speed), advance (as of hopes, plans), release (of feelings, energies)
Related Words: cease, desist, discontinue, stop, repress, suppress, circumvent, foil, frustrate, thwart, baffle, balk, obviate, preclude, prevent, damage, score
English Thesaurus: bill, check, invoice, tab, examine, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. check1 S1 W2 /tʃek/ verb

1. FIND OUT [intransitive and transitive] to do something in order to find out whether something really is correct, true, or in good condition:
Check the tiles carefully before you buy them.
A first rule in solving any mystery is to check the facts.
Fill in the cash book carefully and always check your calculations.
check (that)
Check that all the doors are locked securely.
check whether/how/who etc
Let me just check whether the potatoes are cooked.
They paused to check how the other climbers were getting on.
check (something) for something
I checked the typing for errors.
Turn the tap on and check for leaks.
check something against/with something (=compare something with something else to see whether they are the same)
You must check the evidence against other sources and decide if it is reliable.
Positive test results are double-checked (=looked at twice) to make absolutely sure.

2. ASK SOMEBODY [intransitive and transitive] to ask someone whether something is correct, true, or allowed:
I’m not authorized to give you a refund – I’ll have to check first.
check (that)
Make a phone call to check that you’re writing to the right person.
check whether/how/who etc
Call the factory to check whether the beds can be delivered today.
check with
Check with your doctor before going on a diet.

3. NOT DO SOMETHING [transitive] to suddenly stop yourself from saying or doing something because you realize it would be better not to:
I had to check the urge to laugh out loud.
check yourself
He grinned, and then checked himself, not wanting to upset Jack.

4. STOP SOMETHING [transitive] to stop something bad from getting worse or continuing to happen:
The police are failing to take adequate measures to check the growth in crime.

5. BAGS/CASES ETC [transitive] American English, check in British English to leave your bags at an official place so they can be put on a plane or a train, or to take someone’s bags in order to do this:
Any luggage over five kilos must be checked.

6. MAKE A MARK [transitive] American English to make a mark (✓ ) next to an answer, something on a list etc to show you have chosen it, that it is correct, or that you have dealt with it Synonym : tick British English

7. Check especially American English spoken say this when someone mentions each thing on a list, to tell them that you have it or have done it:
‘Passport?’ ‘Check.’ ‘Ticket?’ ‘Check’.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. check2 S1 W3 noun
[Sense 1-4, 6-10: Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: eschec 'check in chess', from Arabic shah, from Persian, 'king']
[Sense 5: Date: 1400-1500; Origin: checker 'chessboard, pattern of squares' (14-21 centuries), from Old French eschequier, from eschec]

1. FINDING OUT [countable] the process of finding out if something is safe, correct, true, or in the condition it should be
check on
the need for tighter checks on arms sales
Conduct regular checks on your water quality.
run/carry out/make a check
I decided to run a check on all personnel.
I keep a careful check on my blood pressure.
have a check British English:
Have a check in your bag first and see if it’s there.
the airport’s routine security checks
random drug checks
health/medical/dental etc check (=a test done to make sure you are healthy)
spot check (=a quick check of one thing among a group of things, that you do without warning)
a spot check on the accounts

2. keep/hold somebody/something in check keep someone or something under control:
You must learn to keep your emotions in check.
attempts to keep global warming in check
He made an effort to hold himself in check.

3. A CONTROL ON SOMETHING [countable usually singular] something that controls something else and stops it from getting worse, continuing to happen etc
check on
Higher interest rates will act as a check on public spending.

4. checks and balances a system that makes it possible for some people or parts of an organization to control the others, so that no particular person or part has too much power or influence

5. PATTERN [uncountable and countable] a pattern of squares, especially on cloth:
a shirt with brown and black checks
check suit/jacket etc (=made with cloth patterned with checks)
a blue cotton check dresschecked

6. FROM YOUR BANK [countable] the American spelling of cheque
check for
a check for $30
by check
Can I pay by check?

7. IN A RESTAURANT [countable] American English a list that you are given in a restaurant showing what you have eaten and how much you must pay Synonym : bill British English

8. coat check/hat check American English [countable]
a) a place in a restaurant, theatre etc where you can leave your coat, bag etc to be guarded
b) a ticket that you are given so you can claim your things from this place

9. MARK [countable] American English a mark that you put next to an answer to show that it is correct or next to something on a list to show that you have dealt with it Synonym : tick British English

10. CHESS [uncountable] the position of the king (=most important piece) in chess where it can be directly attacked by the opponent’s pieces

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. cheque S2 British English, check American English /tʃek/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1700-1800; Origin: check, influenced by exchequer]
a printed piece of paper that you write an amount of money on, sign, and use instead of money to pay for things
cheque for
They sent me a cheque for £100.
by cheque
Can I pay by cheque?
You could write her a cheque.
cash a cheque (=get cash in exchange for a cheque)
blank cheque, TRAVELLER’S CHEQUE

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

check
noun
I. close look to make sure sth is safe/correct
ADJ. complete, full, thorough | careful, close, rigorous, tight | cursory, quick | periodic, regular, routine | annual, daily, etc. | constant, continuous | random, spot In a series of spot checks, police searched buses crossing the border.
cross (also cross-check), double (also double-check) | independent | visual I did a quick visual check of the engine.
dental, fitness, health, medical | police, safety, security | identity | customs, immigration, passport | stock | quality | spell/spelling I do a spell check on all my emails.
sound The band wants to do a sound check before the concert.
VERB + CHECK carry out, conduct, do, give sth, have, make, run I'll just have a quick check to see if the letter's arrived. A thorough check is made before the luggage is put on the plane. We're running a police check on all applicants for the job.
keep, maintain Police are keeping a close check on the house.
go for I have to go for a dental check.
PREP. ~ on a routine check on the factory

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

check
II. control/restraint
ADJ. natural Leaving some fields fallow provided a natural check on insect populations.
VERB + CHECK act as, provide | hold sth in, keep sth in You need to keep your temper in check!
PREP. ~ on The law acts as a check on people's behaviour.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

check
verb
ADV. always, daily, regularly Always check that the electricity is switched off before you start. Check the engine oil level regularly.
carefully, thoroughly
VERB + CHECK had better, must, need to, should We had better check that all the doors are locked.
PREP. against I'll need to check these figures against last year's.
for Check the roof for loose slates.
with I checked with her to see if she needed any help.
PHRASES be worth checking It's worth checking that there is no rust on the car.
check to see if/whether He was just checking to see if I was in my room.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

check

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

check
noun
BAD: Once inside the airport, I made my way to the checking.
GOOD: Once inside the airport, I made my way to the check-in.

Usage Note:
check-in = the place at an airport (or hotel) where you check in: 'There's bound to be a long queue at the check-in.' 'The girl at the check-in desk asked if we had a reservation.'
check in = show your ticket, passport and luggage at a counter in an airport and receive a boarding card: 'Once you've checked in, you have to go through customs.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

check
tʃek
See: blank check , claim check , double check , in check , rain check , rubber check , sales check

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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