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  1. try

    • IPA[trʌɪ]

    英式

    • v.
      make an attempt or effort to do something;use, test, or do (something new or different) in order to see if it is suitable, effective, or pleasant
    • n.
      an effort to accomplish something; an attempt;an act of trying something new or different to see if it is suitable, effective, or pleasant
    • noun: try, plural noun: tries

    • verb: try, 3rd person present: tries, gerund or present participle: trying, past tense: tried, past participle: tried

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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make an attempt or effort to do something:

      he tried to regain his breath

      I started to try and untangle the mystery

    • 2. use, test, or do (something new or different) in order to see if it is suitable, effective, or pleasant:

      everyone wanted to know if I'd tried jellied eel

      these methods are tried and tested

    • 3. attempt to achieve or attain:

      they decided to try for another baby

    • 4. compete or audition for (a post or place on a team):

      she tried out for the team

    • 5. attempt to contact:

      I've tried the apartment, but the number is engaged

    • 6. push or pull (a door or window) to determine whether it is locked:

      I tried the doors, but they were locked

    • 7. make severe demands on (a person or a quality, typically patience):

      Mary tried everyone's patience to the limit

    • 8. subject (someone) to trial:

      he was arrested and tried for the murder

    • 9. investigate and decide (a case or issue) in a formal trial:

      the case is to be tried by a jury in the Crown Court

    • 10. smooth (roughly planed wood) with a plane to give an accurately flat surface.
    • 11. extract (oil or fat) by heating:

      some of the fat may be tried out and used

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an effort to accomplish something; an attempt:

      he got his membership card on his third try

    • 2. an act of trying something new or different to see if it is suitable, effective, or pleasant:

      she agreed that they should give the idea a try

    • 3. an act of touching the ball down behind the opposing goal line, scoring points and entitling the scoring side to a kick at goal.
    • 4. an attempt to score an extra point after a touchdown.
    • past and past participle of try
    • adj.
      used in various phrases to describe something that has proved effective or reliable before:
    • novel applications of tried-and-tested methods

      a tried-and-true recipe

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    • adj. difficult or annoying; hard to endure:

    • it had been a very trying day

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    • v. past and past participle of try

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    • adj. difficult or annoying; hard to endure:

    • it had been a very trying day

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    • ph. used to suggest that one may be willing to do something unexpected or unlikely

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    • n. a sincere effort or attempt at performing a difficult, or seemingly impossible, task:

    • the chances of overturning this decision are slim, but the Democrats will give it the old college try

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    • n. an implement used to check and mark right angles in construction work.

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    • IPA[trī]

    美式

    • v.
      make an attempt or effort to do something:
    • he tried to regain his breath

      I started to try and untangle the mystery

    • n.
      an effort to accomplish something; an attempt:
    • Mitterrand was elected president on his third try

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    • abbr.
      Turkish lira (or lire).

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  2. 知識+

    • try是蝦米

      vt. 及物動詞試圖; 努力[+to-v]We'll try to improve our teaching methods. 我們要設法改進教學方法...out. 這個方法似乎不錯, 但需要試驗一下。試著推(或開)(門, 窗等)We tried the door, but it was locked. 我們試著開門, 但是門鎖上了。審理...

    • try to do VS try doing

      try基本上可以分三個用法,兩個是try to do 和 try doing,另一個是try N, 我各舉個例子...像是try to find out my book 我盡力得在找出我的書。 (2)try doing something(就是試試看的意味) try finding out...

    • die trying

      ...例如 I stand talking. I sit eating. 3. catch it or die trying. 不得到絕不放棄 ******** 2010-09-12 14:36:24 補充: 翻譯為得到否則絕不放棄...