First Known Use of check-in
Definition of check in
- check in at a convention
- check in the equipment after using
Recent Examples of check in from the Web
Melgen gave separate $300,000 checks in June 2012 and October 2012 that were earmarked for New Jersey, Perry testified.
His return to Ann Arbor to coach at his alma mater was met with unbridled jubilation, along with one of the fattest checks in the entire sport.
Marrocco fought aggressively, writing his campaign a $1.1 million loan check in what became one of the most expensive county races in the state’s history.
Furthermore, Chase wrote a check in the name of another person to a committee supporting a congressional election, to influence the office.
Others had already filed unemployment claims, but were picking up the checks in person because of the disruptions in postal service.
Being a celebrity comes with a lot of perks, but none tops not going to a bank in 23 years, a la Oprah, or in André 3000's case, signing only one check in your entire life.
The Royals had an affiliate club in Kane County (Ill.) that summer, so Picollo would spend a few days there before peeling off to check in on Junis.
Documents show that Lyles attempted to use a bad check in July 2017.
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First Known Use of check in
CHECK-IN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of check-in for English Language Learners
: the act or process of reporting that you have arrived at a hotel, an airport, etc. : the act or process of checking in; also : the time when people are allowed to check in
: the place where people go when they arrive at a hotel, airport, etc.
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