Examples of checkout in a Sentence
She paid for the room at checkout.
There was a long line at the checkout.
Recent Examples of checkout from the Web
Now, Nordstrom will be offering luxury skincare and makeup samples, much in the same way Sephora does, allowing you to choose three different free samples at checkout.
Skagen: Enter code LABORDAY2017 at checkout to receive 25% off of all full-price merchandise from the watch brand.
Self-checkout kiosks are becoming increasingly common at large library systems in many parts of the country.
Cash registers and shelves stocked with groceries had been set up to create a model checkout line at Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church in Philadelphia, which provided a classroom for the program.
Customers will be given the opportunity to make an additional donation at checkout.
From $20 to $500 can be loaded on the transponder at the checkout register.
Grocery store checkout machines broke down, ATMs demanded ransom payments, and the turnstile system in the Kiev metro reportedly stopped working.
Never before (or since) has an American intellectual had sufficient glamour to grace the checkout aisle.
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First Known Use of checkout
Definition of check out
- checked out a library book
Examples of check out in a Sentence
check out the house and let me know if you think it's worth buying
there are a lot of sights around the world that I want to see before I check out
First Known Use of check out
check out Synonyms
Synonymsdie, conk (out), croak [slang], decease, demise, depart, drop, end, exit, expire, fall, flatline, go, kick in [slang], kick off [slang], pass (on), pass away, part, peg out [chiefly British], perish, pop off, step out, succumb
Related Wordspredecease; consume, disappear, dry up, fade, fail
Near Antonymscome to, revive; linger; be, exist, subsist; flourish, prosper, thrive
CHECKOUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of checkout for English Language Learners
: the action or an instance of leaving your room in a hotel, motel, etc., after you are finished staying there
: the time by which you must leave your room when you have finished staying in a hotel, motel, etc.
: the place or area where goods are paid for in a store (such as a supermarket)
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