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
Motel records showed that Dykes rented a $45 room, checking in with his driver's license at 2:50 a.m. - in the middle of his patrol shift.
On ESPN’s list for the top games of the 2017 college football season, Virginia Tech’s victory vs. West Virginia checked in at No. 20.
But there are teams with the farm system firepower to acquire Fulmer and one reportedly has checked in.
With the 2018 model, Audi has updated the Q5, making this a good time to check in with its workhorse.
Malik Williams checked in because Anas Mahmoud sat down.
In advance of the Latin Grammy Awards, Francisco, El Hombre checked in with Billboard while, of course, on the road.
Libra is the diplomat of the zodiac, so check in and make sure all parties are actively respecting each other’s perspectives, philosophies, and boundaries.
My husband, a chemistry professor, put up the hurricane shutters and checked in with neighbors.
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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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