Definition of 'try on'
Example sentences containing 'try on'
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Jessica asked, stepping out from behind the curtain in the dark red dress Sherrie had insisted she try on. CIRCLE OF THREE: BOOK 2: MERRY MEET (2001)
Translations for 'try on'
British English: try on /traɪ ɒn/ VERB
If you try on a piece of clothing, you put it on to see if it fits you or if it looks nice.
Try on clothing and shoes to make sure they fit.
- American English: try on
- Arabic: يَقْيسُ ثَوْباً
- Brazilian Portuguese: provar
- Chinese: 试穿
- Croatian: isprobati
- Czech: zkusit si něco na sebe
- Danish: prøve
- Dutch: aanpassen kleding
- European Spanish: probarse
- Finnish: sovittaa vaatteita
- French: essayer
- German: anprobieren
- Greek: προβάρω
- Italian: misurare
- Japanese: 試着する
- Korean: 입어 보다
- Norwegian: prøve (på)
- Polish: przymierzyć
- European Portuguese: provar
- Romanian: a proba
- Russian: примерять
- Spanish: probarse
- Swedish: prova
- Thai: ลองสวมใส่
- Turkish: denemek giysi
- Ukrainian: приміряти
- Vietnamese: thử mặc
Definition of try on from the Collins English Dictionary
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