English Idioms


to check in with...

I have a problem; one of my Gymglish translation said:
"to chech in to (someone): donner des nouvelles de qq'un
to check in with ( someone): prendre des nouvelles de qq'un"
I was wondering if one's can say " I can check you in to my family" so I asked a friend who teaches english, and she told me that she didn't know that idiom ( except " check in" to talk about an airport or an hotel), and she couldn't find it in the dictionnary. Does it really exist?

4 comments

  • i think that your teacher is right.the only check that i ve found is the one which means an act or an instance of inspecting or testing or the check in
    To register, as at a hotel.:)
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  • From Nissrine El Moubaraki:
    i think that your teacher is right.the only check that i ve found is the one which means an act or an instance of inspecting or testing or the check in
    To register, as at a hotel.:)

     
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