check out
تلفظ آنلاین

Oxford 3000 vocabularyIDIOM
تصفیه حساب کردن ، علوم نظامی: بازدید عمل و خصلت جنگ افزار
check out
[verb]
Synonyms: die, cash in, conk, croak, drop, kick in, kick off, pass, pass away, pop off, agree, conform, correspond, dovetail, fit (in), gee, harmonize, jibe, square, tally

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

check out phrasal verb (see also check)

1. MAKE SURE
a) check something ↔ out to make sure that something is actually true, correct, or acceptable Synonym : investigate:
I made a phone call to check out his address.
check something ↔ out with
Check it out with your boss before you do anything.
b) if information checks out, it is proved to be true, correct, or acceptable:
His credit record checks out.

2. LOOK AT SOMEBODY/SOMETHING check somebody/something ↔ out to look at someone or something because they are interesting or attractive:
If I hear about a website that sounds interesting, I check it out.
Hey, check out that car!

3. GET INFORMATION check somebody ↔ out informal to get information about someone, especially to find out if they are suitable for something:
I’ll check them out as potential employers.

4. HOTEL to leave a hotel after paying the bill:
We checked out at noon.checkout

5. BOOKS check something ↔ out American English to borrow a book from a library:
The library allows you to check out six books at a time.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

check out
check out (something)
to pay for something you are buying or to let someone record what you are borrowing.
To complete your online purchase, check out by clicking on the icon below.

Ty checked another three books out of the library this afternoon.

check out (someone/something)
to discover the facts about someone or something.
Not one of the places I checked out seemed right for the wedding.

We checked out his story, and his boss says he really was at work that day.

Usage notes: often used in the phrase check it out:
She said it was a good movie so we thought we'd check it out ourselves.

check out (someone/something)
to discover the facts about someone or something.
Not one of the places I checked out seemed right for the wedding.

We checked out his story, and his boss says he really was at work that day.

Usage notes: often used in the phrase check it out:
She said it was a good movie so we thought we'd check it out ourselves.

1.
to pay what you owe for having stayed at a hotel.
The Gardners checked out early this morning and left for Europe.

2.
to seem to be true or in agreement with other facts.
Her statement checks out with most of the reports from other people who saw the accident.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

check out something
check out (something)
to pay for something you are buying or to let someone record what you are borrowing.
To complete your online purchase, check out by clicking on the icon below.

Ty checked another three books out of the library this afternoon.

check out (someone/something)
to discover the facts about someone or something.
Not one of the places I checked out seemed right for the wedding.

We checked out his story, and his boss says he really was at work that day.

Usage notes: often used in the phrase check it out:
She said it was a good movie so we thought we'd check it out ourselves.

check out (someone/something)
to discover the facts about someone or something.
Not one of the places I checked out seemed right for the wedding.

We checked out his story, and his boss says he really was at work that day.

Usage notes: often used in the phrase check it out:
She said it was a good movie so we thought we'd check it out ourselves.

1.
to pay what you owe for having stayed at a hotel.
The Gardners checked out early this morning and left for Europe.

2.
to seem to be true or in agreement with other facts.
Her statement checks out with most of the reports from other people who saw the accident.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

check out
v.
1a. To pay your hotel bill and leave.
The last guests checked out of their rooms in the morning.
Antonym: CHECK IN.
1b. informal To go away; leave.
I hoped our guest would stay but he had to check out before Monday.
Compare: CHECK IN.
2a. To make a list or record of.
They checked out all the goods in the store.
2b. To give or lend (something) and make a record of it.
The boss checked out the tools to the workmen as they came to work.
2c. To get (something) after a record has been made of it.
I checked out a book from the library.
3. informal To test (something, like a part of a motor).
The mechanic checked out the car battery.
"He checked out from the motel at nine," said the detective, "then he checked out the air in the car tires and his list of local clients."
4. slang To die.
He seemed too young to check out.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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