Chambers concise dictionary

Chambers concise dictionary

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See also CHECK-IN. check something off to mark (an item on a list) as dealt with, check out 1 to register onea#39;s departure, especially from a hotel on paying the bill. ... 2 NAm someone who operates a checkout at a supermarket. checker2 see CHEQUER check-in agt;n at an air terminal: the desk at ... [Anglo-Saxon ceace or cece] a™c cheek by jowl very close together, turn the other cheek to refuse to retaliate.

Title:Chambers concise dictionary
Author: Ian Brookes
Publisher:Allied Publishers - 2004

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