try\ out

try\ out
1. III
try out smth. /smth. out/ try a new method (the new chemical, this technique, etc.) out пробовать /испытывать/ новый метод и т.д.; try out a machine испытывать машину, проводить испытание машины; I'll try this idea out and see whether it works я воспользуюсь этой идеей и посмотрю, что из этого выйдет
2. XI
be tried out this idea seems good but it needs to be tried out мысль кажется неплохой, но ее надо проверить
3. XVI
try out for smth. with his voice he ought to try out for radio с таким голосом он должен был бы попробовать петь на радио
4. XXI1
try out smth. /smth. out/ in (on, upon) smth., smb. try out the new material in the classroom испробовать новый материал в классе; try out another medicine (up)on an animal испробовать /испытать/ на животном новое лекарство

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • try out — try on / try out [v] evaluate, test appraise, audition, check out, demonstrate, experiment, fit, give a try, have a dry run*, have a fitting*, inspect, practice, probe, prove, put into practice, put to the test, sample, scrutinize, taste, try for …   New thesaurus

  • Try out — Try out, v. i. to compete for a postition, as on a sports team or in a theatrical presentation. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Try out — Try out, v. t. to use (something not previously used) to determine its fitness for a particular purpose; also, to attempt (a deed) to determine if it will accomplish a particular purpose. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • try out — try to become a member of a team    Let s try out for soccer this year. Let s play on the team …   English idioms

  • try-out — tryˈ out noun A test performance • • • Main Entry: ↑try …   Useful english dictionary

  • try|out — «TRY OWT», noun. Informal. 1. a test made to determine fitness for a specific purpose; experimental trial. 2. a selective trial to eliminate contestants or candidates not sufficiently capable to compete: »Olympic tryouts. Tryouts for the school… …   Useful english dictionary

  • try out — (for (something)) to compete for something. Jim tried out for the school play. Usage notes: usually said about competing to play on a team or perform in a show …   New idioms dictionary

  • try-out — n BrE a period of time spent trying a new method, tool, machine etc to see if it is useful …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • try-out — try ,out noun count usually plural AMERICAN a test for someone who wants to become a member of a team or wants to get a part in a play or movie a. a test to see what someone or something is like or whether they are appropriate or effective …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • try out — verb 1. put to the test, as for its quality, or give experimental use to (Freq. 8) This approach has been tried with good results Test this recipe • Syn: ↑test, ↑prove, ↑try, ↑examine, ↑essay …   Useful english dictionary

  • try out — v. 1) (D; intr., tr.) to try out for (to try out for a major part in a play) 2) (D; tr.) to try out on (to try out a new drug on animals) * * * [ traɪ aʊt] (D; tr.) to try out on (to try out a new drug on animals) (D; intr., tr.) to try out for… …   Combinatory dictionary

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