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checked US English

(Of clothes or fabric) having a pattern of small squares

check1 US English

Examine (something) in order to determine its accuracy, quality, or condition, or to detect the presence of something

body check US English

Obstruct (a player) with a body check

check in in check1 US English

Arrive and register at a hotel or airport

check into in check1 US English

Register one’s arrival at (a hotel)

check on in check1 US English

Verify, ascertain, or monitor the state or condition of

check out in check1 US English

Settle one’s hotel bill before leaving

check in US English

Arrive and register at a hotel or airport

check into US English

Register one’s arrival at (a hotel)

check on US English

Verify, ascertain, or monitor the state or condition of

check out US English

Settle one’s hotel bill before leaving

fact-check US English

Investigate (an issue) in order to verify the facts

namecheck US English

Publicly mention or list the name of

poke-check US English

Poke the puck off the stick of and out of the possession of (an opposing player)

recheck US English

Check or verify again

spot check US English

Subject (someone or something) to a random test

uncheck US English

Unselect (a box in an electronic form, questionnaire, etc.)

cross-check US English

Verify (figures or information) by using an alternative source or method

spellcheck US English

Check the spelling in (a text) using a spellchecker

check something against in check1 US English

Verify the accuracy of something by comparing it with (something else)

check against in check1 US English

Provide a means of preventing

check someone in in check1 US English

Register someone upon their arrival at a hotel or airport

check something in in check1 US English

(Of a passenger) consign baggage to the care of the transport provider with whom they are traveling

check through in check1 US English

Inspect or examine thoroughly

check up on in check1 US English

Investigate in order to establish the truth about or accuracy of

check someone in US English

Register someone upon their arrival at a hotel or airport

check something in US English

(Of a passenger) consign baggage to the care of the transport provider with whom they are traveling

check through US English

Inspect or examine thoroughly

check up on US English

Investigate in order to establish the truth about or accuracy of

countercheck US English

Stop (something) by acting to cancel or counteract it

double-check US English

Go over (something) for a second time to ensure that it is accurate or safe

check something off in check1 US English

Mark an item on a list, typically with a check mark, to show that it has been dealt with

check someone/something out in check1 US English

Establish the truth or inform oneself about someone or something

check something out in check1 US English

Enter the price of goods in a supermarket into a cash machine for addition and payment by a customer

check something over in check1 US English

Inspect or examine something thoroughly

check something off US English

Mark an item on a list, typically with a check mark, to show that it has been dealt with

check someone/something out US English

Establish the truth or inform oneself about someone or something

check something out in check someone/something out US English

Enter the price of goods in a supermarket into a cash machine for addition and payment by a customer

check something over US English

Inspect or examine something thoroughly