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check·list

 (chĕk′lĭst′)
n.
A list of items to be noted, checked, or remembered.

checklist

(ˈtʃɛkˌlɪst)
n
a list of items, facts, names, etc, to be checked or referred to for comparison, identification, or verification

check•list

(ˈtʃɛkˌlɪst)

n.
1. Also, check′ list`. a list of items for comparison, verification, or other checking purposes.
v.t.
2. to place on a checklist.
[1850–55, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.checklist - a list of items (names or tasks etc.) to be checked or consultedchecklist - a list of items (names or tasks etc.) to be checked or consulted
list, listing - a database containing an ordered array of items (names or topics)
Translations

checklist

[ˈtʃeklɪst] Nlista f de control (con la que se coteja algo)

checklist

[ˈtʃɛklɪst] nliste f de contrôlecheck mark n (US) (= tick) → coche f

checklist

[ˈtʃɛkˌlɪst] nlista di controllo
References in periodicals archive ?
After a 20-plus-year hiatus, I returned to flying, and this time the checklist started making a lot more sense.
As each step is completed, mark it off on the checklist. Print a new version of the checklist periodically, indicating the steps that need to be completed within the specified time frame.
The solution was a 19-item checklist known as the Surgical Safety Checklist designed for use by a surgical team at three key points: prior to induction of anesthesia, prior to skin incision, and before the surgical team left the operating room.
This book contains a set of checklists for each of the topics in a criminal procedure course, from incorporation and retroactivity to entrapment.
Recently, poor checklist discipline has been an issue in several aircraft accidents.
Christoph, 59, said: "I'll tell you what's on my checklist, to abolish checklists.
In this present study, correlations between subscores of the M3 Checklist and the SF-12 were calculated to determine the M3 Checklist's use as a measure of quality of life relative to functional health.
The checklist has been used in New Zealand hospitals since 2008, when Auckland Hospital was one of eight pilot sites.
The March 16 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine offered the results of a fascinating study on the impact of the mandatory use of surgical checklists in hospitals in Ontario, Canada.
Checklist topics include exercise, healthy eating, stress management, organization, and mental and physical health.
As an important part of this campaign, the WHO Safe Surgery Checklist (SSC) was developed in order to help improve teamwork among OR staff, to reduce mortality and complications in the perioperative process, and to ensure the consistent use of procedures for safe surgery.3 The results of the applying the checklist were evaluated with an international pilot study conducted in eight countries between 2007 and 2008.