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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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checkoutcheck‧out /ˈtʃek-aʊt/ ●●○ noun  1 [countable]BBT the place in a supermarket where you pay for the goods you have collected Why can’t they have more checkouts open? the checkout assistant2 [countable, uncountable]DLT the time by which you must leave a hotel room Checkout is at noon. check out at check1
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checkoutAfter that, its introduction will depend on the social acceptability of automatic checkouts.A simple computerized library book checkout system has catapulted the number of checked-out books each day to 600.She was sounding unexpectedly urgent as they approached the empty checkout counter.Ruth Smith and Lyn Saunders check the noticeboard to see when they are scheduled to take up their positions on checkouts.I wear one four times a year, for my quarterly checkout tests.There were no lines, not even at the checkout.Luckily, there was no line at the checkout.Lorraine Gabriel, prosecuting, said McMeekin walked through the checkout without paying and left the bottle in the gents.Part-time checkout assistants, , enjoy a break in the staff restaurant.
From Longman Business Dictionarycheckoutcheck‧out /ˈtʃek-aʊt/ noun1[countable] the place in a SUPERMARKET where you pay for the things you are buyinga magazine for sale at checkout counters2[uncountable]TRAVEL the time by which you must leave a hotel roomCheckout is at noon.
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