1. to fulfil all of the requirements expected or to complete a number of tasks one by one
Her skillset ticks all the boxes
To 'tick all the boxes' means that something or someone fulfils all of the requirements, or that all of the tasks that need to be completed have been finished. If someone has all of the right attributes for something you can also say 'they tick all the boxes'. It is a popular expression used in a variety of contexts, both social or professional. You might see this written as 'tick all the right boxes'.