Definition of checklist in English:

checklist

noun

  • A list of items required, things to be done, or points to be considered, used as a reminder.

    • ‘Before a pilot takes off, he goes through a checklist of every critical system on a plane.’
    • ‘Unlike some books on command and leadership, this one offers no checklists or recipes for success.’
    • ‘The viewers are also enlightened about the checklists used by scientists to determine whether a site is landslide-prone or not.’
    • ‘They follow the same procedures as we do and have the same checklists.’
    • ‘All delegates will be given sample policies, case reviews and record keeping checklists which they can use in their own organisations.’
    • ‘The center also frequently uses the checklists to remind staff of what needs to be done and to get organized.’
    • ‘A series of questions and checklists help readers to identify these emotions in themselves.’
    • ‘It is a good idea to have a checklist highlighting your specific requirements.’
    • ‘Skills checklists and an annotated bibliography provide a springboard for further insight and exploration.’
    • ‘The timetable should have a checklist to ensure that all the main areas have been covered in time for the exam.’
    • ‘And now they have to go through the whole series of checklists that are involved in the countdown.’
    • ‘The results are then tabulated in a series of checklists or grids to indicate possible or probable health effects.’
    • ‘We did not present our groups with a checklist of topics or require them to come to consensus.’
    • ‘There are detailed listings by state and even checklists by county.’
    • ‘There are a number of good guides, information sources and checklists available so you won't have to start from scratch.’
    • ‘Make a duplicate of the checklist and file it in a safety deposit box or with your accountant or solicitor.’
    • ‘You need to create an operations manual that is essentially a series of checklists.’
    • ‘They frequently encounter officials armed with checklists ready to argue that they have done everything they need to.’
    • ‘This is a series of checklists and guides developed to help employer, employee, and employment adviser work together on the assessment process.’
    • ‘Strict compliance with technical data, checklists, and regulatory requirements is a must.’
    catalogue, inventory, record, register, roll, file, index, directory, listing, listicle, tally, docket, ticket, enumeration, table, tabulation
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Pronunciation

checklist

/ˈtʃɛklɪst/