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  1. Apple’s “Check Out” button is a verb phrase, and thus has a space – equivalent to a button that reads “Go Home”.

    Amazon’s “Proceed to checkout” uses checkout as a noun – equivalent to a button that reads “Proceed to aquarium”.

    There’s no inconsistency, and both “check out” and “checkout” are correct, depending on verb vs noun usage. There’s no *single* spelling that applies to all contexts.

    Now I will jumpoff a bridge.

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