CHECK OUT

CHECK OUT

MEANING

 

  • to look at  or explore something, for the first time.
  • examine something  in order to be certain that everything is correct, true, or satisfactory.
  • leave a hotel
  • to vacate and pay for one’s lodging (as at a hotel).
  • to have the cost of purchases totaled and pay the cost.

EXAMPLES:

 

I’ve been taking lots of picturesjust to check out the camera.

Go to the doctor and get yourself checked out.

Hey, check out this video!

I’ve heard a lot about that band. I really need to check them out.

I really want to go check out that new coffee shop on Broadway.

We checked out (of/from our hotel) at 5 a.m. to catch a 7 a.m. flight.

May I settle my bill, please? I’d like to check out.

Please remember to leave your room keys at reception when you check out.

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