What does the phrasal verb check in with mean?
When you check in with someone, you ask them for permission or approval before doing something.
Here are some example sentences using check in with with this meaning:
- You’d better check in with the boss before posting that image on the website.
- I need to check in with the accounting manager to see if the budget has been approved.
- Before making plans to go to the bar on Saturday night, you’d better check in with your wife.
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