Definition of check in in English:

check in

Arrive and register at a hotel or airport: you must check in at least one hour before take-off
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  • He then led us to a very nice hotel where we were checked in and shown to our rooms.
  • We stopped at the main desk of the dingy motel and waited while Jimmy registered and checked us in.
  • Sarah, one of the delightful reception staff, will check you in and whisk you off by hotel buggy to your room.
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