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Origin of check-in
British Dictionary definitions for check-in
- the formal registration of arrival, as at an airport or a hotel
- (as modifier)check-in time
Idioms and Phrases with check-in
Record one's arrival at a hotel, conference, or other function, as in I asked the hotel if we could check in early. [Early 1900s] Also see check into, def. 2.
Die, as in With the plane rapidly losing fuel, the pilot was sure he'd check in. [Slang; early 1900s] Also see check out.