Bedeutung von “try” — Learner’s Dictionary


noun us uk /traɪ/
Extra Examples
Let Mark have a try.You should have a try at this.Never mind. You had a good try.How many tries did he have before he gave in?You have a try. See if you can do it.

B2 an attempt to do something:

She suggested I should have a try.
give sth a try

to do something in order to find out if it works or if you like it


a way of scoring points in rugby (= game played with an oval ball) by putting the ball on the ground behind the other team's goal line

(Definition von “try noun” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)