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try-out

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈtraɪ.aʊt/ informal
a test to see how useful or effective something or someone is: After a try-out in Bath, the play is due to open in Edinburgh next month. The try-outs for the team will be next weekend.
Translations of “try-out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 試用, 選拔, 試演…
in Chinese (Simplified) 试用, 选拔, 试演…
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