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blank check a bank check with the signature, but not the amount, filled in, leaving the payee free to set the amount. [2 definitions]
cashier's check a check drawn by a bank on its own funds and signed by its cashier.
certified check a check bearing the issuing bank's guarantee that there is enough money on deposit to cover the check.
check in to let people know in an official way that one has arrived or that one is ready for something; register.
check mark a mark () placed next to an item to indicate correctness, completion, choice, or other kinds of verification.
check off to make a mark next to things on a list that are already correct, completed, or not needed anymore.
check out to pay for items in a supermarket or other large store, often by waiting in one of the lines. [5 definitions]
check up on to look at or seek information about (someone or something) in order to find out if they are all right or if they getting into any trouble.
check-box a small empty square printed next to an item on a form, test, or list, to be filled in with a check or other mark to indicate choice or completion. [2 definitions]
check-cashing card a card given by a store. It allows a person to write a check to buy something from that store.
check-in the act or an instance of registering, as at a hotel.
checkout the place where one pays for items at a supermarket or other large store.
counter check a check available at a bank to customers with accounts, for making withdrawals.
double check to check something twice to make sure that it is correct.
double-check to verify, as by checking twice; recheck. [2 definitions]
hound's-tooth check a pattern of jagged checks used esp. in material for clothing.
rain check a postponement of an accepted invitation or offer, esp. an assurance to a customer that a sale item that is sold out can be purchased later at the reduced price. [2 definitions]
rubber check a check that is worthless because the account it is drawn on lacks the funds to pay it; check that bounces.
side check a checkrein that attaches to the bit and extends from the side of a horse's head to the saddle.
spell check a computer program that checks the spelling in a document. [2 definitions]