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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: An action or influence that stops motion or expression; a restraint: Heavy rains were a check on the army's advance.
- noun: The condition of being stopped or held back; restraint: kept my temper in check; holding agricultural pests in check with sprays.
- noun: An abrupt stop in forward movement or progress; a halt.
- noun: The act or an instance of inspecting or testing, as for accuracy or quality; examination: the careful check of each unit before sale; gave the car an oil check.
- noun: A standard for inspecting or evaluating; a test.
- noun: A check mark.
- noun: A ticket or slip of identification: a baggage check.
- noun: A bill at a restaurant or bar.
- noun: Games A chip or counter used in gambling.
- noun: A written order to a bank to pay the amount specified from funds on deposit; a draft.
- noun: A small crack; a chink.
- noun: A pattern of small squares, as on a chessboard.
- noun: One of the squares of such a pattern.
- noun: A fabric patterned with squares: a dress of pale green check.
- noun: Games A move in chess that directly attacks an opponent's king but does not constitute a checkmate.
- noun: Games The position or condition of a king so attacked.
- noun: Sports The act of blocking or impeding an opponent in possession of the puck in ice hockey, either with one's body or one's stick.
- interjection: Games Used to declare that a chess opponent's king is in check.
- interjection: Informal Used to express agreement or understanding.
- verb-transitive: To arrest the motion of abruptly; halt: checked the flow by shutting a valve.
- verb-transitive: To hold in restraint; curb: check an impulse to laugh. See Synonyms at
- verb-transitive: To slow the growth of; retard.
- verb-transitive: To rebuke; rebuff.
- verb-transitive: To inspect so as to determine accuracy, quality, or other condition; test: checked the brakes and lights for defects; checked out the system to make sure there were no errors in the software.
- verb-transitive: To verify by consulting a source or authority: checked her facts before speaking; check a spelling in the dictionary.
- verb-transitive: To put a check mark on or next to: checked off each item on the shopping list.
- verb-transitive: To deposit for temporary safekeeping: checked his coat at the door.
- verb-transitive: To consign (luggage, for example) for shipment on a transportation vehicle: checked her bags and boarded the plane.
- verb-transitive: To make cracks or chinks in: Sunlight dried and checked the paint.
- verb-transitive: Games To move in chess so as to put (an opponent's king) under direct attack.
- verb-transitive: Sports To block or impede (an opposing player in possession of the puck) in ice hockey by using one's body or one's stick.
- verb-intransitive: To come to an abrupt halt; stop.
- verb-intransitive: To agree point for point; correspond: The fingerprints checked with the ones on file.
- verb-intransitive: To be verified or confirmed; pass inspection: The suspect's story checked out.
- verb-intransitive: To make an examination or investigation; inquire: phoned to check on the departure time; checked into the rumor.
- verb-intransitive: To write a check on a bank account.
- verb-intransitive: To undergo cracking in a pattern of checks, as paint does.
- verb-intransitive: Games To place a chess opponent's king in check.
- verb-intransitive: To pause to relocate a scent. Used of hunting dogs.
- verb-intransitive: To abandon the proper game and follow baser prey. Used of trained falcons.
- verb-intransitive: Sports To block or impede an opposing player in possession of the puck in ice hockey.
- phrasal-verb: check in To register, as at a hotel.
- phrasal-verb: check out To settle one's bill and leave a hotel or other place of lodging.
- phrasal-verb: check out To withdraw (an item) after recording the withdrawal: check out books.
- phrasal-verb: check out To record and total up the prices of and receive payment for (items being purchased) at a retail store: The cashier checked out and bagged my order.
- phrasal-verb: check out Slang To die.
- phrasal-verb: check over To look over; examine: The teacher checked the students' papers over.
- (rūbinės) numerėlis
- šachas (šachmatuose)
- bagažo kvitas
- išrašyti čekį II
- to keep in check tramdyti