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to meet with or speak with the local street representatives to gain permission to move about freely in their respective local area.
Tekashi69 Says He Doesn’t Check In With Gangsters...that was a lie.
by BobbyLarryIrene September 21, 2019
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A trick played on a fellow athlete where the open hand smacks the target's testicles with the knuckles in a sharp, wrist flicking motion.
"Dude, I sack tapped Brandon, and now he has the whole team trying to sack tap me"
by Chris M July 07, 2004
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Determining if someone is all right or on task.

Asking everyone in a meeting to tell one by one how they are doing.
I'll check in with you after work.

We'll start the meeting with a check-in to see how everyone is doing this week.
by Cassidy Vall April 06, 2011
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To reflect on your status or position, and ensure that your attitude is aligned.
Encore @ The Wynn European Pool
Maida: oh my gawd do you see that old lady in the pool flashing her boobs
Debbie: I don't care how much she paid for those titties, no one needs to see that.
Maida: She needs to check in and put those things away.
by phon3guy September 04, 2014
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Used in jails and prisons, to "check in" means to request a transfer into protective custody. Protective custody is an area within a prison or jail where security is tighter and officer presence is more pronounced. Protective custody is used mainly for rats, people with mental illness and sex offenders.
Johnny checked in the oher day after the guys in his block found out what his charges were.

We told him last week that if he didn't check in, he would be sorry that he came to our pod.
by Shaneoj August 22, 2007
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(1) To tell a correctional officer you're in fear of being physically assaulted by other prisoners and want to be placed in protective custody.
(2) To threaten another prisoner, so that he has to tell a correctional officer he's in fear of being assaulted by other prisoners and wants to be placed in protective custody.
The shot caller decided to check in the guy who got caught stealing from B.J.'s locker.
by Tochterlieber January 05, 2017
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