check out (1)

This page is about the phrasal verb check out (1).

Meaning: to pay the bill and leave after staying at a hotel, a hospital or a rehabilitation centre

For example:

  • check out What time do we have to check out of the hotel in the morning?

  • check sb out Simon couldn't stand life in the rehab any longer, so he checked himself out and went home.

Nouns often used as objects with check out (1): hotel, motel, guesthouse, hostel, hospital, rehabilitation centre, rehab

Quick Quiz:

My father checked out of the hospital after

a. his accident

b. he got better

c. he got sick

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Contributor: Matt Errey