check out from (something)

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check out from (something)

1. To confirm that one has vacated one's hotel room (and pay the bill). We have to check out from the hotel in an hour, so you guys seriously need to start packing!
2. By extension, to complete the necessary steps that will allow one to leave a particular place. I can't check out from the office right now, but I'll be home as soon as I can.
3. To complete the necessary steps so that one can borrow something from a system, such as a library. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is can be used between "check" and "out." What books did you check out from the library this week?
See also: check, out