Deutsch: Check

In the travel context, 'check' can refer to a variety of things depending on the specific context. Here are some common examples:

  1. Check-in: The process of registering for your flight or hotel room. This typically involves providing identification, confirming your reservation, and receiving any necessary boarding passes or room keys.

  2. Baggage check: The process of checking your luggage at the airport so that it can be transported to your destination. This involves tagging your bags with a tracking number and dropping them off at a designated area.

  3. Security check: The process of passing through security at the airport to ensure that you are not carrying any prohibited items. This involves removing your shoes, belt, and other items that may set off the metal detector, as well as submitting to a full-body scan or pat-down.

  4. Check-out: The process of settling your bill and leaving your hotel room. This typically involves returning any keys or access cards and paying for any outstanding charges.

  5. Checkpoint: A designated area at the airport where passengers pass through security or present their boarding passes for verification.

  6. Check-list: A list of items or tasks that need to be completed before, during, or after a trip. This can include things like packing, confirming reservations, and arranging transportation.

  7. Check-in desk: The desk or counter at the airport or hotel where you go to register or confirm your reservation.

Other similar terms in the travel context might include "boarding pass," "boarding gate," "passport control," "immigration," "customs," "visa," "reservation," "confirmation number," "cancellation," "delay," and "layover."

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