from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Chekov, Anton Pavlovich See Anton Pavlovich Chekhov.

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  • n. Russian dramatist whose plays are concerned with the difficulty of communication between people (1860-1904)


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  • Uhura and Spock bent so close together over the lieutenant’s translation equipment that their heads almost touched, and even the Vulcan’s normally unreadable face held an expression Chekov could only interpret as mild surprise.

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  • The only actor I felt played their role to perfection was Anton Yelchin (Chekov from the new Star Trek movie) as Kyle Reese.

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  • BTW there is a core flaw in Chekov's analysis, these are not claims for the weekly grocery shop but all food costs involved i.e. if you spend a day in parliament and eat your meals there you can get the expense back.


  • Until the one called Chekov froze him with a glance—and a well-aimed phaser.


  • Spoiler Warning: … in the last page of the book, it looks like Chekov is killed in a transporter accident, while he’s wrestling with one of the Waatari!

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  • “Medals and commendations, and command of the Chekov, which is hardly a garbage scow.”


  • He is the son of actor Walter Koenig, known as Chekov on the Star Trek series.

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  • WALTER KOENIG, who "Trekkies" know as Chekov, will be the best man, while

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  • Owen (aka Chekov) ... on Jan Moir, NO Pope Here on Facebook, and UCU-NF … H/T Gary …

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