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check off

To mark someone or something as present, verified, or completed, as on a list. A noun or pronoun can be used between "check" and "off." Checking things off my to-do list is so satisfying. Please check off each step as you do it. Don't worry, I checked you off when I took attendance.
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check someone or something off

to mark or cross out the name of a person or thing on a list. I am glad to see that you were able to come. I will check you off. I checked the items off. I checked off the recent arrivals.
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check off

Mark as entered, or examined and passed, as in He checked off their names as they arrived. [Early 1800s]
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check off

v.
To put a check mark on or next to some item on a list to indicate that it has been reviewed or completed: Don't forget to check off the task after you have completed it. As I put the groceries in the cart, I checked them off on my list.
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But checking them off is all the show does, with no indication that further episodes will get better or worse.
He keeps checking them off and he's working really diligently at it.
Celebrate with us, checking them off and posting pictures on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter with the hashtag #MisMag35.
Reading a list of procedures aloud and checking them off before and after surgery can reduce complications by more than one-third, a new study finds.
3pm: There is a constant flow of deliveries throughout the day from Nissan, Renault and our dealership in Portland Road, so I spend time checking them off.
I shouted to Teresa that the numbers looked good and she got the ticket and we started checking them off one by one.