Spanish translation: 1. Registrarse, 2. Indagar cómo se encuentra una persona
Definition: 1. Register in a hotel, airport, etc. 2. Inquire how someone is doing
Used in sentences:
I will check in at the hotel as soon as I arrive in New York.
Let’s check in with everybody at the start of the meeting to see how they are doing. (Noun: Let’s do a check-in at the start of the meeting).
I am going to check in on my sick colleague.
Related words or phrases: 1. Register, sign in, 2. Ask about, inquire, visit
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