check with

check with (someone or something)

1. To consult or confer with someone about something. I'm the lead person on this campaign, so please check with me before making any big decisions. Check with Harold if you have any questions about this case.
2. To match or agree with something. Run this test again and see if the results check with the ones from yesterday.
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check with someone (about something)

to ask someone about something. You should check with the concierge about the bus to the airport. Please check with your agent.
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check with

v.
1. To consult someone, as before deciding or answering: I'll check with my boss to see if that time is good for a meeting.
2. To correspond with something: The suspect's fingerprints checked with those from the crime scene.
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References in classic literature ?
And you will further oblige me, if you approve of the abstract, by yourself filling in the blank space on your check with the needful amount in words and figures.
Customers can write and print a check with just a few clicks.
* Even if the bank does provide a substitute check with the proper language, it may charge for this service.
The option to use a substitute check permits banks to unilaterally replace the original paper check with an electronic image and process that information electronically for at least a portion of the clearing process, creating substitute checks only for banks that require paper.
Most banks check with ChexSystem, a financial database, to see if you've bounced a check or had other financial problems when you apply for a checking account.
The forensic laboratory compares latent fingerprints and handwriting on the check with known fingerprints and handwriting exemplars to determine if they can be identified as the subject's.
* Corrugator roll parallelism check with NCR paper: This procedure checks the parallel alignment of corrugating rolls at operating temperature.