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Princeton's WordNet

  1. check-inverb

    the act of reporting your presence (as at an airport or a hotel)

  2. check in, sign inverb

    announce one's arrival, e.g. at hotels or airports


  1. check-innoun

    The act of registering as a guest at a hotel, inn, motel. etc; the act of checking in. Used also attributively, as the check-in counter at a hotel.


  1. check-innoun

    The act of checking in at a hotel, airport etc


  1. Check-in

    Check-in is the process whereby people announce their arrival at an office, hotel, airport, hospital, seaport or event.


  1. check-in

    Check-in refers to the act of confirming one's presence or arrival at a certain place or event, often by signing or reporting to a specific location. This could be in different contexts such as at hotels, airports, offices, or online events. It can also signify the process of providing necessary information (like personal identification or purpose of visit) or handing over certain things for temporary safekeeping.


  1. Check-in

    Check-in is the process whereby a person announces their arrival at a hotel, airport, sea port or social network service.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of check-in in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of check-in in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of check-in in a Sentence

  1. Kian Saneii:

    It’s such a slam dunk, those places have to have a TV in each room anyway. So this reduces staff inefficiencies. They can check in with patients remotely, and they can even have loved ones check in on them.

  2. Deepak123hr:

    A self check in is a way to know and manage awareness, attention and Intention.

  3. Chuck Grassley:

    If the purpose of( a payroll tax cut) or a check is to stimulate the economy and help people in need, I think when a person has a check in his hand... I think that's going to do more economic good than if we dribble out $ 30 every paycheck, because people are going to notice it and maybe take some action as a result.

  4. Dan Hartmann:

    You check in and you're like, 'I'm feeling really nervous about this today, are you still OK with this?' And vice versa.

  5. Jonathan Cordero:

    All we have is guests coming in and checking out, we don't even know if they are members of the Oath Keepers or anything like that. We can not check their personal belonging or things like that, and we don't know what they're bringing in. People check in and people check out.

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