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try  Verb
Plural: tries
  1. Translate "try" to Spanish: intentar, hacer un esfuerzo, hacer un intento, probar, tratar, procurar
    English Synonyms of "try": have a try, make an effort, make the effort, give it a shot, intend, make a try, endeavor, endeavour
  2. She tried incessantly, Ella intentó incesantemente.

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  3. Translate "try" to Spanish: probar, probar por primera vez, tantear
    English Synonyms of "try": sample, test, test out, try out, essay, give a shot, give a try, make a crack at, have a bash at
    Define meaning of "try": Take a sample of. ; Put to the test, as for its quality, or give experimental use to.
  4. She tries the riddle, Ella prueba la adivinanza.
    Try these new crackers.
    Sample the regional dishes.
    This approach has been tried with good results.
    Test this recipe.

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  5. Translate "try" to Spanish: intentar, ensayar, intentar lograr
    English Synonyms of "try": essay, give a shot at, have a shot at, have a try at, attempt, have a bash at, have a go at
    Define meaning of "try": Make an effort or attempt.
  6. She attempted suicide, Ella intentó el suicidio.
    He tried to shake off his fears.
    The infant had essayed a few wobbly steps.
    The police attempted to stop the thief.
    He sought to improve himself.
    She always seeks to do good in the world.

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  7. Translate "try" to Spanish: poner a prueba, acendrar
    English Synonyms of "try": test out, bring to the proof, give a trial, prove, put on probation, put to a test, put to test, put to the proof
    Define meaning of "try": Test the limits of. ; Put to the test, as for its quality, or give experimental use to.
  8. You are trying my patience!
    This approach has been tried with good results.
    Test this recipe.

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  9. Translate "try" to Spanish: degustar, gustar
    English Synonyms of "try": taste, degust, degustate, savor
    Define meaning of "try": Take a sample of.
  10. Try these new crackers.
    Sample the regional dishes.

  11. Translate "try" to Spanish: someter a juicio, enjuiciar, juzgar, procesar
    English Synonyms of "try": bring to trial, submit to trial, bring suit against, file charges against, prosecute, put on trial, put to trial, submit to trial at court
    Define meaning of "try": Put on trial or hear a case and sit as the judge at the trial of.
  12. The football star was tried for the murder of his wife.
    The judge tried both father and son in separate trials.

  13. Translate "try" to Spanish: torturar, causar tormento
    English Synonyms of "try": torment, torture, rack, afflict, gnaw, inflict severe pain on, martyr, rack up, agonize, bait, excruciate
    Define meaning of "try": Give pain or trouble to.
  14. I've been sorely tried by these students.

  15. Translate "try" to Spanish: probarse
    English Synonyms of "try": fit on, try on, try on for size
    Define meaning of "try": Put on a garment in order to see whether it fits and looks nice.
  16. Try on this sweater to see how it looks.

try  Noun
  1. Translate "try" to Spanish: intento, ensayo, tanteo, tentativa
    English Synonyms of "try": attempt, smack, whack, fling, go, intent, bash
    Define meaning of "try": Earnest and conscientious activity intended to do or accomplish something.
  2. Made an effort to cover all the reading material.
    Wished him luck in his endeavor.
    She gave it a good try.

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Verb Conjugation for "try"
Gerund: trying

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