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double check

n.
A careful reinspection or reexamination to assure accuracy or proper condition; verification.

dou′ble-check′ v.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.double check - something that checks the correctness of a previous check
assay, check - an appraisal of the state of affairs; "they made an assay of the contents"; "a check on its dependability under stress"
Translations
scacco doppio
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uk/get-information-about-acompany to double check it is not already taken by another firm.
Under EC rules, if Welsh Government officials find an error before a farmer does, the error cannot be corrected, so the onus is on farmers to double check their acknowledgements, added Mr Fenwick.
MOTORISTS in Saltburn are being advised to double check their vehicles are locked after a spate of break-ins.
Double Check Your Resume: A number of high-profile corporate scandals could have been avoided if folks had double-checked the educational credentials stated on the candidate's resume ahead of time.
So we are trying to double check if there was really receipt of kickbacks by the concerned lawmakers directly or indirectly.
In the television commercials, Aaron Rodgers watches as State Farm agents and customers do his touchdown dance, calling it the "Discount Double Check.
But after they failed to find the peeler, they asked the production staff on Ramsay's show to double check their records - and they realised they hadn't lost anything.
Most airlines and ferry companies need them now so it's best to double checK, even if it's a short hop across the water from Holyhead.
If anyone calls at your home in the coming days and claims to be from the National Grid, we urge you to double check the ID with the company.
So double check those locks, on doors and windows, most especially if it's the bank's keys that are in your pocket.