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2 Translation results for checked in Spanish

adjective | verb

checked adjective

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(estampado) a cuadros

check verb

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checked, has checked, is checking, checks
frenar, parar, detener; refrenar, contener, reprimir; verificar, comprobar; revisar, chequear, inspeccionar; marcar, señalar; facturar (maletas, equipaje); marcar con cuadros

Example sentences of
check verb

  • Make sure to check your spelling.
  • She checked her makeup in the mirror.
  • We should check the equipment to make sure that it's working properly.
  • The guards checked my passport.
  • He checked his watch and saw that it was almost noon.
  • I'll just check the map to see where we are.
  • I'll check the newspaper to see when the movie starts.
  • If you're looking for a spoon, check the top drawer.
  • I checked his office but he wasn't there.
  • If you're looking for the umbrella, check in the closet.

Synonyms of
check verb

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¿Sabes lo que significa check out?
  • En inglés informal, check out significa mirar algo. Check out también puede significar examinar algo para encontrar problemas, o irse y pagar por el cuarto de hotel.

Reverse translation for checked

a cuadros  (estampado)
frenar  - to brake, to apply the brakes, to curb, to check 
parar  - to stop, to stop, to stand, to prop, to stay, to put up 
detener  - to arrest, to detain, to stop, to halt, to keep, to hold back 
refrenar  - to rein in (a horse), to restrain, to check 
contener  - to contain, to hold, to restrain, to hold back 
reprimir  - to repress, to suppress, to stifle 
verificar  - to verify, to confirm, to test, to check, to carry out, to conduct 
comprobar  - to verify, to check, to prove 
revisar  - to examine, to inspect, to check, to go over, to check over, to overhaul (machinery), to revise 
chequear  - to check, to verify, to check in (baggage) 
inspeccionar  - to inspect 
marcar  - to mark, to score, to brand (livestock), to dial, to indicate, to show, to emphasize, to dial (a telephone), to guard (an opponent), to score (a goal, a point) 
señalar  - to indicate, to show, to mark, to point out, to stress, to fix, to set 
facturar  (maletas, equipaje) - to bill, to invoice, to register, to check in 
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