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    ZOEYW is offline Member
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    Lightbulb Check out vs. check out with?

    Here are two sentences:

    1. Customers check out the restaurant.

    2. Customers check out with the restaurant.

    What is the difference between these two sentences?

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    Rover_KE is online now Moderator
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    Default Re: Check out vs. check out with?

    To 'check out' a restaurant is to (informally) visit it to find out what it's like.

    To 'check out of' a hotel is to pay your bill on leaving.

    I've no idea what 'check out with' means.

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