check 的 6 个定义
- to stop or arrest the motion of suddenly or forcibly: He checked the horse at the edge of the cliff.
- to restrain; hold in restraint or control: They built a high wall to check the tides.
- to cause a reduction, as in rate or intensity; diminish: The new measures checked the rapidity with which the epidemic was spreading.
- to prove to be right; correspond accurately: The reprint checks with the original, item for item.
- to make an inquiry, investigation, etc., as for verification: He checked to make sure his answer was correct. Check into the matter.
- to make a sudden stop; pause: The horse checked before he jumped.
plural checks or, for 43, chex.
- Also British, cheque .Banking. a written order, usually on a standard printed form, directing a bank to pay money.
- a slip or ticket showing the amount owed, especially a bill for food or beverages consumed.
- a ticket or token that when matched with a counterpart identifies an article left in the temporary custody of another, the purchaser of a ticket, a person who is to be served next, etc.
- serving to check, control, verify, etc.: a check system.
- ornamented with a pattern of squares; checkered: a check border.
- Informal. all right! agreed!
- check in, to register, as at a hotel; indicate one's arrival or presence at a place, function, etc., usually by signing an appropriate form: We checked in at the reception desk.
- check on / up on to investigate, scrutinize, or inspect: Don't forget to check on his work. We have to check up on him.
- check out, to vacate and pay for one's quarters at a hotel.to verify or become verified; examine or investigate.to fulfill requirements, as by passing a test: The engine checked out and we proceeded on our way.to itemize, total the cost of, and collect payment for: The supermarket cashier was exhausted from checking out groceries all day long.to have the cost added up and pay for merchandise.to borrow by having it listed as one's temporary responsibility: The adding machine was checked out in your name.Informal.to depart quickly or abruptly; leave in a hurry.Slang.to die.
- check over, to examine or investigate, especially thoroughly.
check 的近义词 22 个
check 的反义词 18 个
symbol for ticking off
pattern of squares
check 的近义词 55 个
- cut short
- hold back
- hold down
- hold in
- keep back
- nip in the bud
- play for time
- rein in
- slacken pace
- slow down
check 的反义词 22 个
- check in
- check into
- check off
- check on
- check out
- check over
- checks and balances
- check up
- blank check
- claim check
- in check
- pick up (the check)
- rain check
- reality check
- rubber check
- Same coaches and same teammates, but practices were off campus and often took at least some precautions, like distancing and temperature checks.
- It will be writing checks ranging between roughly half a million and $3 million dollars, and it is only planning to raise $40 million — so the checks will be selective.
- To do so, check your local government website for OHV laws and regulations or head over to the Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Association, which has tons of resources like basic off-road driver courses and tips for minimizing your impact.
- Votes aren’t just little sheets of paper with boxes you check with a crayon.
- Ballot designs and rules vary by state, but check that you’ve signed everywhere and sealed all the envelopes as instructed.
- In this cockamamie get-rich scheme, would they all issue an apology if he cut a check?
- We try to avoid going away for too long, so we can check back in.
- She came to sound check, that was the first time we ever performed it, and it was really cool.
- To judge her acting abilities for yourself, check out her videos on YouTube for “Sex Shooter.”
- While the desk sergeant ran a background check, he was roughed up by another officer in the lock-up.
- "Very well," said the other, handing him a check for twenty-five dollars as a retainer, and straightway left the office.
- The new Government to preserve public order and check all reprisals against the Spaniards.
- But in the organization in which we live over-production tends to check itself at once.
- Am I to check the number of rounds in the limbers; on the beaches and in transit during a battle?
- Scarcely were they bandaged when the news arrived that Augereau's division had received a severe check.