check out definition

  • verb:
    • To confirm and buy goods and services at a facility (age.g.: supermarket, online store, resort) when making.
    • To withdraw (an item), since from a library, and also have the detachment recorded.
    • To record (some body) as making the premises or as taking something therefrom, as from a library or store.
    • to look at, examine, evaluate closely, ogle; to investigate.
    • (computer technology): to get origin signal from a repository.
    • to be disinterested in an action and stop to participate in above a perfunctory fashion; in order to become uncooperative.
    • In order to become catatonic or otherwise nonresponsive.
    • To leave in a hurry.
    • To die.
    • To prove (after an investigation) is the truth / if you wish.
    • to ensure and pay money for products or services at a facility (age.g.: grocery store, web store, resort) when leaving.
    • To withdraw (a product), since from a library, and have the detachment recorded.
    • To record (someone) as leaving the premises or as taking some thing therefrom, as from a library or shop.
    • To examine, examine, view closely, ogle; to investigate.
    • (computer research): To obtain resource rule from a repository.
    • In order to become disinterested in an activity and stop to be involved in significantly more than a perfunctory fashion; to be uncooperative.
    • In order to become catatonic or otherwise nonresponsive.
    • To leave on the go.
    • To perish.
    • To prove (after a study) becoming the way it is / in an effort.

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