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check in
intransitive verb
1. (at hotel) 
a. registrarse 
2. (at airport) 
a. facturar 
transitive verb phrase
3. (baggage) 
a. facturar 
b. despachar (Latin America) 
check in
1 (register) (at airport) facturar or chequear (el equipaje); (LAm) (at hotel) registrarse; (at clinic, hospital) ingresar
while I waited in the queue to check in, Ted wandered over to the newsstand remember to check in an hour early he has checked into an alcohol treatment centre
2 (US) (communicate)
he checks in with us by phone every week se pone en contacto con nosotros or nos llama por teléfono todas las semanas
so, shall we check in with each other tomorrow? when you arrive, be sure to check in with us he checks in regularly I have to go to the office to check in with the phone mail system
transitive verb
[+luggage] facturar; chequear; (LAm) [+person] (at hotel) registrar; (at airport) facturar el equipaje de
go to that desk and someone will check you in vaya a ese mostrador y allí le facturarán el equipaje
They drove to Heathrow airport, with Cathy sitting between them. They were silent all the way. He checked them in. They had ample time for coffee the tour leader checked the passengers in Ruff told me to park the car while he went in and registered for both of us. By the time I was finished, he had checked us in, taken his key, and retired to his room I just have to check these new arrivals in and I'll be right with you guards at the gatehouse check in any guests who wish to drive into the grounds
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