check out (2)

This page is about the phrasal verb check out (2).

Meaning: to look at something, or go somewhere, to see what it's like

For example:

  • check out sth/sb Let's check out that bookshop James found. It sounds really good.

  • check sth/sb out The boys like to sit near the pool and check the girls out as they walk past in their bikinis.

Quick Quiz:

If you're at a party and someone's checking you out, they are

a. looking at you

b. asking people about you

c. asking you lots of questions

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