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check·out

 (chĕk′out′)
n.
1. The act, time, or place of checking out, as at a hotel, library, or supermarket.
2. A test, as of a machine, for proper functioning.
3. An investigation; an inspection.
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check′out`

or check′-out`,



n.
1. the procedure of vacating and paying for one's quarters at a hotel.
2. the time by which a hotel room must be vacated to avoid another day's charge.
3. an examination, as of fitness for performance.
4. a sequence of actions to familiarize oneself with new equipment.
5. the act of itemizing purchases and collecting the amount due.
6. Also called check′out count`er. a counter where customers pay for purchases.
[1920–25, Amer.]
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checkout

A sequence of functional, operational, and calibrational tests to determine the condition and status of a weapon system or element thereof.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.checkout - the act of inspecting or verifying; "they made a check of their equipment"; "the pilot ran through the check-out procedure"
spot check - a check on work performance or product quality made at random times without warning; "spot checks ensure a high level of performance by employees"
inspection, review - a formal or official examination; "the platoon stood ready for review"; "we had to wait for the inspection before we could use the elevator"
2.checkout - the latest time for vacating a hotel room; "the checkout here is 12 noon"
departure time, time of departure - the time at which a public conveyance is scheduled to depart from a given point of origin
3.checkout - a counter in a supermarket where you pay for your purchasescheckout - a counter in a supermarket where you pay for your purchases
counter - table consisting of a horizontal surface over which business is transacted
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Translations
مُغَادَرَةُ الفُنْدُقمَكانُ الدَّفْع عَنِ البَضائِع
pokladnapokladna v obchodě
kasseudcheckning
kassa
blagajna
pénztár cash-desk
afgreiîsluborî/kassi
チェックアウト
체크아웃
odjava
kassa
จุดจ่ายเงิน
çıkışkasa tezgâhı
quầy thu tiền

checkout

[ˈtʃekaʊt]
A. N (in supermarket) (also checkout counter) → caja f; (in hotel) = checkout time
B. CPD checkout girl Ncajera f (de supermercado)
checkout time Nhora f a la que hay que dejar libre la habitación
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

checkout

[ˈtʃɛkaʊt] n (in supermarket)caisse fcheckout counter n (in supermarket)caisse fcheckout girl ncaissière f
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

checkout

[ˈtʃɛkˌaʊt] n (in supermarket) → cassa
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

check

(tʃek) verb
1. to see if something (eg a sum) is correct or accurate. Will you check my addition?
2. to see if something (eg a machine) is in good condition or working properly. Have you checked the engine (over)?
3. to hold back; to stop. We've checked the flow of water from the burst pipe.
noun
1. an act of testing or checking.
2. something which prevents or holds back. a check on imports.
3. in chess, a position in which the king is attacked. He put his opponent's king in check.
4. a pattern of squares. I like the red check on that material.
5. a ticket received in return for handing in baggage etc.
6. (especially American) a bill. The check please, waiter!
7. (American) a cheque.
checked adjective
having a pattern of check. She wore a checked skirt; Is the material checked or striped?
ˈcheckbook noun
(American) a chequebook.
ˈcheck-in noun
1. the place where passengers show travel documents at an airport or seaport. the check-in desk; (American) the check-in counter.
2. the process of checking in at an airport etc.
ˈcheckmate noun
in chess, a position from which the king cannot escape.
verb
to put (an opponent's king) in this position.
ˈcheckout noun
a place where payment is made for goods bought in a supermarket.
ˈcheckpoint noun
a barrier where cars, passports etc are inspected, or a point that contestants in a race must pass.
ˈcheck-up noun
a medical examination to discover the state of a person's health. my annual check-up.
check in
to register at a hotel as a guest or at an airport as a passenger. We checked in last night.
check out
1. to leave (a hotel), paying one's bill etc. You must check out before 12 o'clock.
2. (especially American) to test. I'll check out your story.
check up (on)
to investigate to see if (someone or something) is reliable, honest, true etc. Have you been checking up on me?
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.

checkout

مُغَادَرَةُ الفُنْدُق pokladna udcheckning Abmeldung τσεκ άουτ caja, registro de salida kassa caisse blagajna cassa チェックアウト 체크아웃 kassa utsjekking kasa caixa de supermercado контрольно-кассовый пункт kassa จุดจ่ายเงิน çıkış quầy thu tiền 付款台
Multilingual Translator © HarperCollins Publishers 2009
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During the course of a year, the Worcester Public Library's main branch manages some 1.1 million transactions, requiring four or five library staff members at the check-in and check-out counters each day.
The Business Bundle package offers corporate travellers free high-speed in-room internet access, a daily buffet breakfast, express pressing service and late check-out until 6pm.
11am: To Liverpool city centre to carry out a check-out at St Paul's Square, for King Sturge.
VIP guests can enjoy access to the upscale Club InterContinental floors, where they will benefit from preferred accommodations, private registration, early check-in and late check-out, a private club lounge featuring complimentary breakfast buffet and evening cocktails, a comprehensive business library and access to private meeting facilities.
The VTLS/3M SelfCheck System, meshing seamlessly with the VTLS Circulation Control subsystem, performs simple check-out functions that normally would require the time of a circulation staff member.
Six top directors have gone, time-based targets for check-out staff have been ditched and veg by "misting" machines in its veg aisles, championed by Philips, were scrapped.
Lee Marshall, also known as DiscoBoy, hauled a sound system into the check-out area and pumped up the volume.
A mother has criticised a supermarket giant for stocking painkillers alongside chewing gum at the check-out after her son attempted to grab a packet of Nurofen.
And he announced that a special check-out was being set up for Safeway staff alone so that other shoppers wouldn't be bothered.
A NEW supermarket check-out is due to be launched today which relies on shoppers doing all the work themselves.
STONY-faced check-out operators could soon be a thing of the past.