“Check out”: phrasal verb meaning.

Check out
Said by a person who wants to show you something because he thinks you might like it and usually the person is enthusiastic about showing it to you. “Check out” means take it, have a look at it and see if you like it.

Other examples of “check out” phrasal verb in a sentence

  • You have to check it out, it’s so cool!
  • This is their new album, check it out.
  • Check out what’s new on the website.

“Check out”: use in context explanation

Gina and her husband are on the beach. She loves lying in the sun and getting a tan. Her husband doesn’t like to lie on the sunbed all the time so sometimes he goes for a walk along the shoreline or he goes to a beach bar to have a beer or something cool to drink. So he comes back from a bar and he doesn’t like what he sees. He sees his wife surrounded by beach vendors. She looks like she’s very interested in the things they sell. They sell clothes and sunglasses and tell Gina to check them out. Gina loves buying new stuff for herself. Her husband is angry because she spends too much money, even on the beach.