- to look at someone/something
- to sign for something (like a will)
- I am going to check out the place tomorrow. (I am going to see/explore the place)
- Let’s check out the movie tickets for Saturday evening.
- Hey, check this game out, it’s so entertaining and engaging.
- I tried to check out the item from my cart, but looks like there is a technical issue. (Notice that we don’t use checkout here, because here check out indicates an action (verb))
- The checkout is at 12pm every day.
- There is such a big line for the checkout today!
- The checkout date for these books is tomorrow, so finish reading them fast.
- checkout – noun/adjective
- check out – verb
Read the below sentences carefully:
The meanings are same; however, the describing word is different. In the first sentence, check out is a verb i.e. the action in the sentence is ‘checking out’. However, the second sentence has modal verb ‘is’, and there is no other verb. It is a general statement and not particularly referring to any action.
- The apples I checked out from your shop weren’t verified for quality.
- The checkout process wasn’t properly followed at your shop.