checkout vs check out

checkout check out

Definitions

  • 1) the process of checking out items at a supermarket or library
  • 2) the process of checking out of a hotel, or the latest time to vacate a room in one
  • 3) an inspection or investigation
  • 4) a test to see if some device is functioning properly
  • 5) the place in a supermarket where this is done
  • 6) The act, time, or place of checking out, as at a hotel, library, or supermarket.
  • 7) A test, as of a machine, for proper functioning.
  • 8) An investigation; an inspection.
  • 9) A counter in a supermarket or other retail store where one pays for one's purchases.
  • 10) the latest time for vacating a hotel room without being charged for extra time.
  • 11) the act of inspecting or verifying
  • 12) a counter in a supermarket where you pay for your purchases
  • 13) the latest time for vacating a hotel room
  • 14) The termination of a coal-seam by the meeting of roof and floor.
  • 15) be verified or confirmed; pass inspection
  • 16) announce one's departure from a hotel
  • 17) record, add up, and receive payment for items purchased
  • 18) To vacate a room at a hotel, notel, etc. Converse of check in.
  • 19) colloq. To die.
  • 20) colloq. To inspect or examine.
  • 21) To bring (items to be purchased) to a checkout counter (as at a supermarket or other retail store) where the prices may be totaled and the bill may be paid.
  • 22) To make a record of having borrowed (something) for temporary use

Definitions

  • 1) transitive To examine, inspect, look at closely, ogle; to investigate.
  • 2) intransitive To become catatonic or otherwise nonresponsive.
  • 3) transitive To record (someone) as leaving the premises or as taking something therefrom, as from a library or shop.
  • 4) intransitive To confirm and pay for goods and services at a facility (e.g.: supermarket, online store, hotel) when leaving.
  • 5) transitive (computer science): To obtain source code from a repository.
  • 6) intransitive To leave in a hurry.
  • 7) intransitive, euphemistic, by extension To die.
  • 8) transitive To withdraw (an item), as from a library, and have the withdrawal recorded.
  • 9) intransitive To become disinterested in an activity and cease to participate in more than a perfunctory manner; to become uncooperative.
  • 10) intransitive To prove (after an investigation) to be the case / in order.

Examples

  • 1) Use the code at the online checkout or present this page at the till in store.
  • 2) By entering the codes at the checkout while shopping online you receive a reduction in the price.
  • 3) Shoppers claim their reward cards have been switched as they are swiped through the tills by checkout staff.
  • 4) You are losing trade because of those crazy self-service checkouts you have.
  • 5) That woman at the checkout counter - her people landed much earlier.
  • 6) Does the self-service checkout system cause books to disappear?
  • 7) They have too many managers who get paid far too much compared with hard-working checkout staff.
  • 8) It's a far cry from friendly chats with shopkeepers and checkout staff.
  • 9) A third more tills can be squeezed into a store and checkout staff can be deployed elsewhere.
  • 10) He argues that interaction with staff at the checkout on a convenience shopping trip is usually minimal, anyway.
  • 11) For good measure, it arrested the owners of a pharmacy chain for the heinous act of not opening enough checkout counters.
  • 12) Just enter BUZZ at the online checkout.
  • 13) Enter the SUN code at the online checkout and the discount will be applied.
  • 14) There is an app for mobile phones and the stores have become more high-tech with self-service checkouts.
  • 15) The system is to be installed in more than 330 stores at self-service and regular checkouts.
  • 16) Do away with self-service checkouts.
  • 17) It will give you a discount code for particular goods, which you use at the retailer's online checkout.
  • 18) When I tried to checkout, there is no huge 2% discount and free shipping! couldn't find the 2% discount and free shipping code when I was trying to checkout~~
  • 19) If you want to support Hillary or McCain checkout mifavpolitician. com, it has some cool helarious stuff!!
  • 20) The difference in Q1 between online shopping and online checkout is that many services offer not just online payment, but also offline payment at convenience store kiosks, and even cash on delivery to said convenience stores.
  • 21) I have talked to quite a few people standing in checkout lines at the grocery stores, fast-food places and friends in general, and the majority of them have said that if Clinton wins the nomination, they will switch to McCain.
  • 22) They do not yank things from shelves, nor do they wail and plead for items from the "emotional purchase" set-up in checkout lines.
  • 23) ‘The two girls on the checkouts near where it happened were quite shaken up.’
  • 24) ‘American life poses challenges for those who have not seen escalators, refrigerators, traffic lights, and scan-your-own grocery checkouts.’
  • 25) ‘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.’
  • 26) ‘Many shop layouts and checkouts had to be rethought since plastic bags have to be reclassified as a product for sale and staff had to be trained to pack items more economically and safely.’
  • 27) ‘In a large supermarket, phone top-ups will be available at all checkouts and will become part of a family's weekly shopping basket.’
  • 28) ‘The new system will not replace traditional checkouts or checkout assistants.’
  • 29) ‘You get so many grumpy people on checkouts and in shops these days and you feel as though you're a burden to them.’
  • 30) ‘We didn't allow people into the store because it would have caused chaos at the checkouts.’
  • 31) ‘Some can be programmed to offer additional items that may be of interest to your customer during checkout.’
  • 32) ‘When shopping, buy cold food like meat and poultry last, right before checkout.’
  • 33) ‘So I say leave Christmas Day alone, shopworkers want to be with their families at this time of year, not stuck behind some checkout.’
  • 34) ‘Those clerks who weren't too shaken dutifully ran their goods through checkout.’
  • 35) ‘I have to chug this heavy thing back to checkout and the line here is terrible.’
  • 36) ‘There will be displays, T-shirts and no smoking information leaflets available at every checkout.’
  • 37) ‘The tokens are given to customers after they pay for their goods at checkout.’
  • 38) ‘Registers will convert bar codes at checkout into orders for restocking shelves.’
  • 39) ‘It includes a bar-code reader so you can scan your own purchases and zoom through checkout.’
  • 40) ‘He was standing in front of two new checkout aisles with what can only be described as a throbbing bank of technology behind him.’
  • 41) ‘I was the first male checkout operator they had, and looking back on my time there, although it was a bit boring occasionally, it was a great place to work.’
  • 42) ‘The supermarket group found itself caught up in the battle, because customers kept complaining to checkout staff about the charges.’
  • 43) ‘It's usually such a rush the next day with an early flight or at least a somewhat early checkout required in most hotels.’
  • 44) ‘We had walked in silence from the hotel checkout to the streets again.’
  • 45) ‘When I reported this to the desk upon checkout, they told me I should have told them sooner.’
  • 46) ‘Although we had express checkout, I had some small matter to clear up with the front desk.’
  • 47) ‘The rate includes daily American breakfast for one or two persons and late checkout.’
  • 48) ‘The hotel staff had no problem at all extending our checkout time until our arranged pickup.’

Examples

  • 1) Use the code at the online checkout or present this page at the till in store.
  • 2) By entering the codes at the checkout while shopping online you receive a reduction in the price.
  • 3) Shoppers claim their reward cards have been switched as they are swiped through the tills by checkout staff.
  • 4) You are losing trade because of those crazy self-service checkouts you have.
  • 5) That woman at the checkout counter - her people landed much earlier.
  • 6) Does the self-service checkout system cause books to disappear?
  • 7) They have too many managers who get paid far too much compared with hard-working checkout staff.
  • 8) It's a far cry from friendly chats with shopkeepers and checkout staff.
  • 9) A third more tills can be squeezed into a store and checkout staff can be deployed elsewhere.
  • 10) He argues that interaction with staff at the checkout on a convenience shopping trip is usually minimal, anyway.
  • 11) For good measure, it arrested the owners of a pharmacy chain for the heinous act of not opening enough checkout counters.
  • 12) Just enter BUZZ at the online checkout.
  • 13) Enter the SUN code at the online checkout and the discount will be applied.
  • 14) There is an app for mobile phones and the stores have become more high-tech with self-service checkouts.
  • 15) The system is to be installed in more than 330 stores at self-service and regular checkouts.
  • 16) Do away with self-service checkouts.
  • 17) It will give you a discount code for particular goods, which you use at the retailer's online checkout.
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