check in with


1. to contact someone in order to report or find out information






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check in with parents/spouses/children

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To 'check in' with someone usually means to get in touch with them or make contact with them in order to establish how things are. You might 'check in with' someone to let them know you are ok, to see how they are or to relay important information. If you are working on something you might 'check in' with your boss to see if you are on the right track. This is a popular phrasal verb used in social and professional situations.

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  1. Check-in with your parents when you land, said the husband to his wife.
  2. The worried father was constantly checking-in with his child at the nursery.

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  1. Can you check in and find out if the order is ready to be processed?
  2. I wanted to check in with you to see if I'm going in the right direction before I do any more work on this.

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