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check outphrasal verb

  • ja~を調べる、~を調査する
  • ento examine what a person, place, or thing is like or if they are good, correct, or true

Examples

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Hey, so listen, we know you told us to stop looking for Ocampo,
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but we figured we'd find him for you.
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We're trying to make things right.
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It's all good.
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I'm not mad.
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I checked out your files.
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You guys do good stuff.
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I think you might be our best option at finding this guy again.
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You think you can do that?
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Can a paring knife remove a human heart in under a minute?
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Yes, I've seen it happen.
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Lucky.
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I went there before this meeting to check it out.
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It is just like I imagined it.
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How you feeling?
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Good, good.
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I was just working on my innocent face.
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Check it out.
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I'm a nice boy.
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Check out these pants.
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- Nine dollars. - What?
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- Nine dollars, the boy's department. - No.
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Hi everyone, my name is Devin.
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And today we're playing What's in the Box: The Horror Edition with the cast of 'The Turning.'
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So if you've ever wondered what it's like to be a nanny working in a haunted house,
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you should check out 'The Turning.'
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"Bad dreams?"
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Sometimes I get into these dark moods.
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Did you look into that support group I told you to check out?
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I want you to think about it.

Other meanings for check out...

check outphrasal verb

  • ja〔ホテルなどから〕チェックアウトする、支払いをして引き払う
  • en​to pay your bill and leave a hotel, etc.
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If I can get the groundhog to see his shadow—
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It's not going to happen. I'm sorry.
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I'm betting it will.
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And if he does, you check out of here.
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All right, we have to check out.
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But we're gonna pay for yours as well.
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Okay.
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We're gonna pay for your—
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- I mean, when I say we, I mean Oprah. - Oh, okay.
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There's a story I know about you where you worked in a building and you met Oprah.
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And you were working in the building?
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Yeah, I worked at the Windsor Court Hotel, and I worked at housekeeping.
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I was vacuuming the floor, I heard she was coming.
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So I vacuumed the floor for about 45 minutes waiting for her to come.
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She finally comes, and I was like "Oh, my god. It's Oprah."
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And I wanted to say something to her but I couldn't.
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I just stood to the side.
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Three days later, she's checking out.
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And got in earlier and I vacuumed the hell out of that rug.
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I think I took all the fibers out waiting for her to come.
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And she finally comes out.
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I was like, "Can I have your autograph?"
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She's like, "Oh, okay. Sure."
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So she gave me the autograph.
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It was something I'll never, ever forget.
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- And to be friends with her some 20 years later is really, really amazing. - That's amazing.
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- You ready to check out? - Oh, yeah.
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All right.
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You go left. I go right.
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Sounds good.
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We got a short line 4, short line 4.
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How are you doing today, ma'am?
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- Great. How about you? - Good, good.
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Thank you.
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Oh, oh, oh, I got a coupon for that.