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attempt

verb /əˈtempt/
to try
intentar, tratar de
He attempted to reach the dying man, but did not succeed He did not attempt the last question in the exam.
attempted /əˈtemptid/ adjective (used especially about crimes) tried , but without success
Intento de….
attempted burglary.
Translations of “attempt”
in Arabic يُحاوِل…
in Korean -을 시도하다…
in Malaysian mencuba…
in French tenter, s’attaquer à…
in Turkish teşebbüs etmek, saldırmak, girişmek…
in Italian tentare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 努力,嘗試(尤指做難事)…
in Russian пытаться…
in Polish próbować…
in Vietnamese cố gắng…
in Portuguese tentar…
in Thai พยายาม…
in German versuchen…
in Catalan intentar…
in Japanese (~しようと)試みる, 企てる…
in Indonesian mencoba…
in Chinese (Simplified) 努力,尝试(尤指做难事)…
(Definition of attempt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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