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backcheck in hockey, to check (an opposing player) in the vicinity of one's own goal. (Cf. forecheck.)
caoutchouc crude rubber obtained from the milky juice of rubber trees or plants.
check out to pay for something in a store where there are different lines for people to pay. [2 definitions]
checking account a deposit in a bank, credit union, or the like, against which checks may be written by the depositor. (Cf. savings account.)
checkout the act of checking out of a hotel room. [4 definitions]
chew the cud to think about deeply; ponder.
Dutch cut see Dutch bob.