- vincentПрошлог месеца
"Check out" is one of the many phrasal verbs derived from check. It can mean:
1-To leave, especially a building: We shall check out the B&B at 10.20 A.AM in order to be at home in time./He checked out very fast.
2-To be right: This story checks out because other people confirm what he's saying
3-To find out if a story or information is true: Check out his version of the facts by talking with other people
4-To work: The engine checks out, so the problem must be somewhere else.
5-Lend/borrow an item: Checking out books from a library
6-To examine, to look at:
Check out the new offers!.
That girl at the club was checking you out.
To see all the meanings of check, check out this page: https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/check
YoBlackBlackПрошлог месецаWhat is the difference between "to check" and "to check out"? vincentПрошлог месецаOh, a lot of meanings ! can you use "to check" alone, not as a phrasial verb?