Rain check meaning - RAIN CHECK

Rain check Definition & Meaning

You have a rain check that's good anytime you can come by and visit.

Urban Dictionary: raincheck

If a baseball game was cancelled because of rain, people were entitled to see another game by showing their original ticket or receipt.

Rain check

The store was all out of the shampoo they advertised, but I got a rain check.

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Said to someone who has invited you to something that you cannot attend now, but would like to attend at a later time.

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    rain check 1. A substitute ticket or pass to attend an event that has been postponed for a later date. They emailed us a rain check for the concert after the guitarist broke his hand in a rock-climbing accident. 2. By extension, a promise to take up an offer that one has initially declined.
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    rain check noun us / หˆreษชn หŒtสƒek / rain check noun (TICKET FOR LATER) [ C ] a part of a ticket to a game, activity, etc., that can be used later if bad weather prevents the original event from happening rain check noun (DELAY IN ACCEPTING) [ C usually sing ] an offer or request to do or get something at a later time than was originally intended:
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    rain check in American English US 1. the stub of a ticket to a ballgame or other outdoor event, entitling the holder to be admitted at a future date if the original event is rained out 2. an offer to renew or defer an unaccepted invitation or offer 3.
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    Rain Check: A rain check is a promise or commitment from a seller to a buyer that an item currently out of stock can be purchased at a later date for the current day's sale price.
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    While taking a โ€œrain checkโ€ has its origins in baseball, it would not be long it would be used outside the context of baseball like any other expression when people would use this expression in non-baseball situations because they somehow associate or relate it to baseball. For instance, in some stores, when they are out of stock on certain.
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