Definition Check in (hotel)

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to check in (to, at a hotel): to register oneself (in a hotel), to present oneself on arrival (at a hotel)

to check in on (someone, something): to update oneself, to get news of (someone, something)

to check in with (someone, something): to give (someone) news (about something), to update (someone about something)

check in: reception, a place to register (your arrival, your bags etc.)


  • "Enrique : That's all I've got for you guys right now, I'll check in with you tomorrow."
  • "- You can check in any time between 3PM and 3.30PM."
  • "This morning we're going to check in with our European correspondent Rupert Kensington, who is joining us from.."
  • "Your business card was attached to the patient's buttocks with chewing gum. He refuses to reveal his name, and broke a fire-extinguisher during check in."
  • "We'll check in again next week."
  • "I am unable to reach you by telephone, so I am writing you this e-mail in regards to a patient who checked in at 3 AM this morning."
  • "We'll check in again for an update soon."
  • "Let's check in right away with my favorite correspondent, Enrique De la Cruz, who's joining us right now from the Azteca stadium in Mexico City."
  • "Icarus : Excuse me gentlemen, I think we should probably get out of here and check in to the hotel."
  • "Before we go any further, let's check in with our "eye in the sky", Ray Upton for a quick traffic report."

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