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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchecklistcheck‧list /ˈtʃekˌlɪst/ ●●○ noun [countable]  LISTa list that helps you by reminding you of the things you need to do or get for a particular job or activity The guide contains a useful checklist of points to look for when buying a car.COLLOCATIONSADJECTIVES/NOUN + checklist a useful/handy checklistThis is a useful checklist for anyone travelling abroad.a quick checklistHere’s a quick checklist of things you are likely to need.a mental checklist (=a list you keep in your mind)I try and keep a mental checklist of jobs I have to do.a holiday checklistA holiday checklist is useful when you are packing.verbskeep a checklistCan you keep a checklist of what we need to buy?use a checklistInterviewers often use a checklist to ensure that they’ve covered everything.draw up/produce a checklist (=make one)Why not draw up a checklist of things you want to achieve this year?go/run through a checklist (=read it to see what still needs doing)I’ll just run through the checklist one more time.
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checklistShe has a checklist she gives to the cleaning woman.Here is a checklist of things you need to buy before travelling to India.Systematic use of a checklist often reveals faults in work design such as inadequate access, visibility and labelling.Use a checklist when visiting properties to buy, so that you keep a record of which features you liked and didn't like.The interviewer uses a checklist to ensure that specific areas are covered, requesting explanations or introducing new topics as necessary.A checklist completed by teachers will give a measure of the use of over two hundred activities in computer education lessons.A checklist of items under these headings could be of value to governors.His checklist suggests what you should clean and when.Voice recorders also showed no indication pilots had gone through a routine checklist of landing procedures.A useful checklist to run through includes questions like: Is there some one I can trust to talk things through with?
From Longman Business Dictionarychecklistcheck‧list /ˈtʃekˌlɪst/ noun [countable] a list of things you need or have to do for a particular job or activity, written to help you remember to get or to do these thingsUse your tax return as a financial planning checklist for next year.
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