In the U.S., it is common for people to write a check instead of paying cash.
I check off each task on my list as soon as I complete it.
When it is appraised, in order to check the authenticity and state of preservation of the painting, the real thing has to be borrowed from its owner.
Christopher Columbus has never, ever needed a native check.
The French are a really strange people: every other person who reads this sentence will check if the space before the colon is really thin and non-breaking.
What happened to your nose? "When I was backing my car up I went to check behind me, convinced that the car window was open, and bashed my face into it!"
Therefore I'm giving up for now. I'll still try to check out other possibilities but ... I think hopes are slim.
If I were invisible for 24 hours, I would fill in lots of checks.
Hope is when you suddenly run to the kitchen like a mad man to check if the empty chocolate cookie box you just finished an hour ago is magically full again.
When I got worried and went to check on him, it looked like he'd barricaded himself in the department's toilet and wasn't coming out.
Quiet! Everybody stay where they are, there will now be a possessions check.
Location check: The parties involved themselves or their attendants should look over the place for the miai meeting in advance.
When Yoko and I heard the sirens stop nearby, we quickly decided to go check it out.
English word "überprüfen"(check) occurs in sets:ZIEL B1 -Lektion 1 VerbenZIEL B1 -Lektion 1 VerbenZIEL B1 -Lektion 1 Glückwunsch
2. check out
We should check out before noon.
Can somebody check out who is at the door?
check out of your room at 10 a.m
Well, you'd better check out his sister.
I check out a state of oil in a car
We have to check out of the hotel by 10 a.m.
These days, you do not need to see through those peepholes to check out who is at the door ringing your doorbell.
When did you check out?
You have to check out at 7 if you want to catch the plane at 9.
to examine something or get more information about it in order to be certain that it is true, safe, or suitable: We'll need to check out his story.
Let’s go and check out this new Chinese place tonight.
You should check out The Museum of Bad Art.
I'd like to check out
Don't check her out, she's my girlfriend! Hey, check out this car! / I've checked out and asked for the bill.