[ US /ˈtʃɛˌkəp/ ]
[ UK /t‍ʃˈɛkʌp/ ]
  1. a thorough physical examination; includes a variety of tests depending on the age and sex and health of the person
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How To Use checkup In A Sentence

  • His primary care pediatrician is also well-versed in Ian's story and knows what to look for during regular checkups. Transposition of the Great Arteries -- Ian
  • But a visit to a local physician for a routine checkup sparked a new focus for her creative talents.
  • The marriage checkup is not therapy but an information service, Cordova told the nonprofit membership group of psychologists, psychiatrists and social workers. 'Marriage checkup' aims to prevent problems
  • The state Department of Insurance conducts financial checkups and can act as a patient advocate with health-maintenance organizations.
  • When he goes in for the pre-op checkup, they can just skip over the part where they listen to his heart…
  • Wish I'd bought new toothbrushes more often, saved up enough to go for a professional cleaning and checkup once a year and invested in dental floss and interdental brushes! The Bright Side of Frugality
  • Doctors will monitor the patient with regular checkups, and might even prescribe some medications if the regurgitation is moderate or severe. Aortic Regurgitation
  • The shopkeeper gave his store a thorough checkup.
  • The filter could also send statistics on incoming spam back to the antispam software company for checkup and publishing on their Web site.
  • TV/Maggie: Hi, I am Maggie Malone all this week, all this spotlighting physicals on wheels. Mobile vans provide a checkup curbside. With me today is project coordinator Doctor Buhl.
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