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Distribution of usage frequency for the most common synonyms of the verb try out:
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Definition of the verb try out
What does try out mean as a doing phrase?
- put to the test, as for its quality, or give experimental use to
- lexical domain: Activities - verbs of political and social activities and events
- synonyms of try out: essay / examine / prove / test / try
- more generic terms: evaluate / judge / pass judgment = form a critical opinion of
- more specific words:
- try something new, as in order to gain experience
- perform in order to get a role
- take a sample of
Alternative definition of the verb try out
- [transitive] To test something in order to see if it works.
- [intransitive] To undergo a test before being selected; to audition.
"Try Out" is the debut studio album by French coldwave band KaS Product. It was released in 1982, through record label RCA.
- genre: Synthpop
- released in (33 years ago)
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Try Out
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Lexicon Cornu-Britannicum (1865)
by Robert Williams
TO TRY OUT A THING.
by Martin Manser
try out on (transitive, adverb, preposition) test the effect of something, especially a new drug, on someone or something: The manufacturers tried ...
Abridged in One Volume by Gerhard Kittel, Gerhard Friedrich, Geoffrey W. Bromiley
ekpeirazo does not occur in secular Greek, but we find the middle ekpeirdo for "to try out" or "to sound someone out." 4. peira means "test, "attempt," or " experience." 5. peirasmos is rare in secular Greek. We find it for medical experiments.
Who Reside in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton and Newfoundland by Silas Tertius Rand
To try out ...
A - D by Hensleigh Wedgwood
damaged, faulty, giving rise to a verb signifying to inspect, make selection, sort, try out, reject, cast out. Lith. brokas, a fault, weak place, matter of blame ; bro- koti, to blame, to criticise (makeln). Russ. brak, refuse ; bra- kovat, to pick and ...
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Vandaag een beetje geoefend met de nieuwe LEICA DG 100-400/F4.0-6.3. Doel was om zonder statief te proberen om bewegingsonscherpte te voorkomen. De 5 assige beeldstabilisatie van de camera had ik uitgeschakeld en heb dus alleen gebruik gemaakt van de ingebouwde lens beeldstabilisatie. Bij gebrek aan leuk onderwerpen koos ik de stam van deze populier uit die tegenover mijn huis staat. Het mooie lijstje komt uit PS :-)
Photo credit: Frans Berkelaar
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School Christmas dinner
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- Astrophotography Try Out
First time attempting it
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- Try out Meaning
Video shows what try out means. To test something in order to see if it works.. To undergo a test before being selected; to audition.. Try out Meaning. How to ...
- Try Out Podium10 - American Slang
- Try out one's own chops Meaning
Video shows what try out one's own chops means. To produce one's own records with one's own vocals.. Try out one's own chops Meaning. How to pronounce ...
- Phrasal verb: try out - Day 5 with JenniferESL
Need captions? Click on CC. Day 5: try (something) out Index: 0:12 Introduction. Listen to the phrasal verb in context. 0:30 Identify the meaning. 1:00 Explanation ...
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Quotes about Try Out
I just do what feels right. I think the great thing about getting to do what I do is that you can try out being a different person without having to screw up your life to do it. (Anna Paquin)
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