Try Definition

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1. “ The EEOC has been very aggressive in trying to basically demonize the Kidmans for trying to maintain a good work environment for their employees ??? 2
2. “Avoid deep, thrusting, and instead try the Coital Alignment Technique,” says Taylor. 1
3. “For example, just try putting a bottle of London Pride into a casserole, or a porter beer chucked into boeuf bourguignon at the beginning, ” she says. 1
4. “Remittances are hard earned income that, in most cases, has already been taxed,” Bourguignon says. “They should not be taxed again and governments should not try to count them as development aid.” 1
5. “The U.S., now at the highest levels, is trying to get these done and finish these up so we can move on to the next steps” toward the goal of ultimately eliminating nuclear weapons, Burk said. 1
6. 'Can you think of something to try and cheer him up? He's been low-spirited. ' 1
7. 'Has he got a girlfriend?' Jill asked, trying to sound nonchalant. 1
8. 'Has he got a girlfriend?' Jill asked,(This website/nonchalant.html) trying to sound nonchalant. 1
9. 'Jerry?' she called, trying to quell the panic inside her. 1
10. 'My husband said there's a quite popular business model in the U.K. called a co-op, ' Ms. Mao said, 'so we figured, why not try and work with other homemade food businesses?' 1
11. 'OK, I'll try'. 'That's the spirit .' 0
12. 'Perhaps we should try another approach.' 'What do you mean? ' 1
13. 't try so hard, the best things come when you least expect them to. 1
14. 'The introvert may shut out the extravert, perhaps while silently nodding, or stop trying to contribute,' she says. 1
15. 'What's important in this case is recognizing where you are right now and not trying to think about where you were in 2007, ' says Tommy Williams of Williams Financial Advisers in Shreveport, La. 1
16. 'When you're watching a movie and on comes an advertisement trying to hard-sell a product, it's pretty much interrupting your entertainment, ' he says. 1
17. 'Why don't you try the other key?' 'That's a thought!' 1
18. 'Would you like to try some raw fish?' 'Why not? I'll try anything once!' 2
19. " Don't try to drive across the Kalahari Desert alone, " my friends in the city said. 1
20. " I'll try to, Tom, but, Lord, I'm all of a shiver. " 1
21. " I'll try to,' said Bob smiling, and edging closer to Carrie. 1
22. " I'll try,'said Carrie, brimming with affection and enthusiasm. 1
23. " In other words, Chinese schools are copying Western ones that consider applicants in a more holistic way as they try to nurture well-rounded individuals instead of ace test takers. 1
24. " Oh, yes, " returned Carrie, vacantly, trying to arrange this curious proposition in her mind. 1
25. " Really, " I said, trying to sound nonchalant. " I'm sure a reason. " 1
26. " try a hot cake,'said Mammy inexorably. 1
27. " Trying to locate him, huh? 0
28. "A cat belonging to one of the zookeepers had just given birth and so we decided to try to get it to suckle the pandas, " the statement said. 1
29. "Ask questions when you are not sure, deliver on time, and try to overachieve, " says Haefner. 1
30. "At this point, they're (central banks) not trying to reverse it," said Win Thin, senior currency strategist at Brown Brothers Harriman in New York. 1




tries (third person present) · tried (past tense) · tried (past participle) · trying (present participle)

  - make an attempt or effort to do something.

  - smooth (roughly planed wood) with a plane to give an accurately flat surface.

  - extract (oil or fat) by heating.


tries (plural noun)

  - an effort to accomplish something; an attempt.


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