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  2. 282 Synonyms & Antonyms of CHECK - Merriam-Webster

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    noun Definition of check 1 as in bill the amount owed at a bar or restaurant or the slip of paper stating the amount diners at that temple of gastronomy often look shocked when they receive the check Synonyms & Similar Words Relevance bill tab receipt record fee account statement expense score invoice figure cost charge damage tally reckoning 2

  3. A check is a bill of exchange or document that guarantees a certain amount of money. It is printed for the drawing bank to give to an account holder—the payor—to use. The payor writes the check...

  4. Check Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    : to mark with a check as examined, verified, or satisfactoryoften used with off checked off each item 2 a : to slow or bring to a stop : brake hastily checked the impulse b : to block the progress of (someone, such as a hockey player) 3 : to leave or accept for safekeeping in a checkroom check a coat 4 a

  5. check (chĕk) n. 1. a. The act or an instance of inspecting or testing something, as for accuracy or quality: gave the paper a final check. b. A standard for inspecting or evaluating; a test: The condition of the wiring can serve as a check for the level of the seller's home maintenance. c. A check mark. 2. a.

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  7. Check Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

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    to make an inquiry, investigation, etc., as for verification (often followed by up, into, etc.): He checked to make sure his answer was correct. Check into the matter. noun, 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.

  8. How To Write a Check: A Step-by-Step Guide - The Balance

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    Writing a check is cumbersome, and it’s not the fastest way to move money. You might have other options that would make your life easier and help you save money. For example, you can: Pay bills online, and even tell your bank to send a check automatically each month. You won't need to write the check, pay for postage, or get the check in the mail

  9. A few of the many meanings of check: As a noun: the act of restraining power or action; a pattern of squares resembling a checkerboard; a restaurant bill; a financial instrument payable to the named bearer (from your checkbook); a mark indicating that something's been noted or finished. As a verb: to crack on the surface; to slow or delay growth; to obstruct your hockey opponent; to hand over for inventory and safekeeping, especially baggage on a plane.

  10. Check vs. Cheque: Is There a Difference? | Merriam-Webster

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    The word check has a wide range of meanings in English. As noun, it can refer to: an inspection or examination (as in “a check of the premises”) something that limits or restrains (“a check on power”) a mark placed beside an item to show it has been noted, examined, or verified.

  11. check - English-Spanish Dictionary - WordReference.com

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    check View All check Listen: UK:* /ˈtʃɛk/ US: /tʃɛk/ , (chek) definition | Conjugación [ES] | English synonyms | English collocations | Conjugator [EN] | in context | images WordReference Collins WR Reverse (98) WordReference English-Spanish Dictionary © 2022: Is something important missing? Report an error or suggest an improvement.