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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈtʃɛk/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/tʃɛk/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(chek)



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Sense: Noun: bill - US
Synonyms:
bill , invoice , tab (informal), running tab (informal), tally , statement
Sense: Noun: order on a bank
Synonyms:
cheque (UK), cashier's check, cashier's cheque (UK), traveler's check, traveller's cheque (UK), personal check, personal cheque (UK), teller's check (US), banker's draft (UK)
Antonyms:
cash
Sense: Noun: restraint
Synonyms:
restraint , constraint , limitation, restriction, limit , control , curb , block , bar , barricade, barrier , stay , brake
Antonyms:
boost, catalyst , stimulant, latitude, freedom , assistance , aid
Sense: Noun: checkup
Synonyms:
checkup, check-up, audit , review , inspection , examination , once-over (informal), going-over (informal), exam , survey , look , verification
Sense: Noun: symbol √ - US
Synonyms:
check mark (US), checkmark (US), tick (UK), tick mark (UK), cross , X , mark , yes
Antonyms:
blank , space
Sense: Verb: review
Synonyms:
review , check over, look over, look at, examine , inspect, verify , validate , correct , go over sth with a fine-toothed comb, give sth a once-over (informal), double-check, audit , take a look at, look back over
Antonyms:
neglect , leave be, overlook
Sense: Verb: confirm
Synonyms:
confirm , make sure, verify , substantiate, corroborate, validate
Sense: Verb: hold up
Synonyms:
hold up, hinder , impede , hamper , stall , delay , arrest , inhibit, retard , obstruct, reduce , bottleneck, cause a bottleneck, slow down, block , slacken, moderate , stay , brake
Antonyms:
speed up, hasten , urge on, encourage , advance , push , drive , propel , spur
Sense: Verb: bring under control
Synonyms:
rein in, control , curb , stem , suppress , repress, restrain , contain , restrict , curtail , counteract, neutralize, neutralise (UK), suppress , keep sth under control, keep sth in check, bridle, impede , hamper
Antonyms:
liberate, unleash , loose , let go, expand , enlarge , increase , grow
Sense: Verb: halt
Synonyms:
halt , stop , terminate , cut sth short, cut off, put a stop to, put an end to, bring sth to an end, bring sth to a standstill, bring sth to a halt
Antonyms:
speed up, hasten , urge on, encourage , advance , push , drive , propel , spur
Sense: Verb: mark - US
Synonyms:
check off (US), tick (UK), tick off (UK), mark , indicate, make a mark in, make an "X" in, mark sth with an "X", put a cross in, mark sth with a cross

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