Translation of checkout in Spanish:

checkout

Pronunciation: /ˈtʃekaʊt/

n

  • 1.1 (in supermarket) caja (feminine) (before noun/delante del nombre) checkout assistant cajero, (masculine, feminine) checkout boy cajero (masculine) checkout counter caja (feminine) checkout girl cajera (feminine)
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    • The two girls on the checkouts near where it happened were quite shaken up.
    • American life poses challenges for those who have not seen escalators, refrigerators, traffic lights, and scan-your-own grocery checkouts.
    • Always up for a laugh when he worked on the grocery checkouts, Brian used to send his co-workers off around the building on wild goose chases looking for something that didn't exist.
    1.2 (in hotel) (before noun/delante del nombre) checkout timehora en que se debe dejar libre la habitación
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    • It's usually such a rush the next day with an early flight or at least a somewhat early checkout required in most hotels.
    • We had walked in silence from the hotel checkout to the streets again.
    • When I reported this to the desk upon checkout, they told me I should have told them sooner.

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