“Ckeckout”: vocabulary meaning.

A place in a shop like a supermarket where you pay for the things you buy.

Other examples of “checkout” vocabulary in a sentence

  • I work on the checkout.
  • Where are the checkouts?
  • I payed at the checkout.

“Ckeckout”: use in context explanation

Dick is at the supermarket. Gina calls him on the phone because she is waiting for him in their house. She asks him when he will come home and what he he is buying. Dick answers that he’s at the checkout and he’s just bought some bread and that’s it. In reality he’s popped down to the supermarket to get some beer and, by the way, he got some bread too.