check out

[tʃek aʊt]


  • to pay for the hotel and leave it;
  • to make sure that something is correct.

Examples 👇

Crowson said the K9 bit the man, who was checked out by paramedics before being taken to jail.

KOURTNEY Kardashian is "upset" that her ex Scott Disick has checked out of rehab after just six days, The Sun can exclusively reveal. The Sun

At least one person was taken to the hospital to get checked out. WFMJ

Check out the full list of what New Yorkers are currently reading below. Time Out New York

'Everyone gets tested and checked out that day,' WWE NXT champion Adam Cole talks about Covid-19. Hindustan Times

Mackenzie and his partner waited it out, and eventually left their apartment at check out time, went straight to the airport and waited almost a dozen hours before they could check in. The Register

According to her, the hotel wouldn't give them receipts upon leaving: “When we checked out of the hotel, we didn't receive a bill. Shame on you.”  The961