How can I use “check out”?
Hi, when I look for check out in Macmillan dictionary, it says as follows:
2 [TRANSITIVE] AMERICAN to pay for your goods before leaving a supermarket or other large store
1. Then how can I use check out in this meaning? Could you please give me several examples?
And I found this example: I'm about to check out—is there anything else you needed from the store?
Do you think it would be said by the clerk at the counter?
3. Can I use “check out” in the meaning of completing a payment as a clerk and a customer both? For example, can I say “would you like me to check you out now?” as a cashier at a shop?