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See also: checkin, check in, and checkin'

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check-in (plural check-ins)

  1. The act of checking in at a hotel, airport etc
    • 2004 Jesse Dallas - Casino Shrine
      The hotel never charges for a late check-out or for an early check-in . . .
    • 1999 Pamela Brown - Tackling Racism: One Day Training Workshop
      The implication was that Ms Purkiss had been stereotyped by the check-in staff as ‘foreign'.
  2. (computing) The submission of source code or other material to a source control repository.

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Borrowing from English check-in.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /t͡ʃɛˈkin/, [t͡ʃɛˈkin̺], /t͡ʃeˈkin/, [t͡ʃeˈkin̺]

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check-in m (invariable)

  1. check-in

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NounEdit

check-in m (plural check-ins)

  1. check-in