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checked

 (chĕkt)
adj.
1. Having a pattern of checks or squares: checked cloth.
2. Held in check; restrained.
3. Linguistics Situated in a stopped or closed syllable: a checked vowel.

checked

(tʃɛkt)
adj
1. having a pattern of small squares
2. (Phonetics & Phonology) phonetics (of a syllable) ending in a consonant

checked

(tʃɛkt)

adj.
1. having a pattern of squares; checkered: a checked shirt.
2.
a. (of a syllable) closed.
b. (of a vowel) situated in a closed syllable (opposed to free).
[1375–1425]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.checked - patterned with alternating squares of color
patterned - having patterns (especially colorful patterns)
Translations
ذو مُرَبَّعاتمُخَطَّط بِنَماذِج مِنَ المُرَبَّعات
kostkovaný
ternet
ruudullinen
kariran
köflóttur
チェックの
체크 무늬의
kockovaný
kockast
kontrollerad
ที่มีลายตารางหมากรุก
kẻ ca rô

checked

[ˈtʃɛkt] adj [shirt, jacket] → à carreaux

checked

adj
(in pattern) → kariert; checked patternKaromuster nt
(Phon) syllablegeschlossen; vowelin geschlossener Silbe (stehend)

checked

[tʃɛkt] adj (material) → a quadretti, a quadri, a scacchi

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?

checked

ذو مُرَبَّعات kostkovaný ternet kariert καρό comprobado, de cuadros ruudullinen à carreaux kariran a quadri チェックの 체크 무늬의 geruit rutete w kratkę verificado клетчатый kontrollerad ที่มีลายตารางหมากรุก kareli kẻ ca rô 有格子花的
References in classic literature ?
Hence we may confidently assert, that all plants and animals are tending to increase at a geometrical ratio, that all would most rapidly stock every station in which they could any how exist, and that the geometrical tendency to increase must be checked by destruction at some period of life.
increase in numbers is obviously impossible, and must be checked by some means.
They blamed Kutuzov and said that from the very beginning of the campaign he had prevented their vanquishing Napoleon, that he thought nothing but satisfying his passions and would not advance from the Linen Factories because he was comfortable there, that at Krasnoe he checked the advance because on learning that Napoleon was there he had quite lost his head, and that it was probable that he had an understanding with Napoleon and had been bribed by him, and so on, and so on.