French translation of 'try out'
separable transitive verbtry
[system, machine] mettre à l’essai
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Example Sentences Including 'try out'
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The other music Orfe was working on... That, she finally allowed the band to try out.IAN AND THE STRIPY BATH PLUG (1993)
I just wanted to try out a new version of ``Der Scheidende ' on him.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
No, instead the two of them went to Paris where they could try out the imposture on the De Chantals first.DOUBLE DECEIT
She was even ready to try out side A of the first of the commercial cassettes.TO HIS JUST DESSERTS
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'try out' in Other Languages
British English: try out /traɪ aʊt/ VERB
If you try something out, you test it in order to find out how useful or effective it is.
The company hopes to try out the system in September.
- American English: try out
- Arabic: يُجَرِّبُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: experimentar
- Chinese: 试试看
- Croatian: testirati
- Czech: vyzkoušet
- Danish: afprøve
- Dutch: uitproberen
- European Spanish: poner a prueba
- Finnish: kokeilla
- French: essayer
- German: ausprobieren
- Greek: υποβάλλω σε δοκιμή
- Italian: mettere alla prova
- Japanese: 試してみる
- Korean: 시험해 보다
- Norwegian: prøve
- Polish: wypróbować
- European Portuguese: experimentar
- Romanian: a experimenta
- Russian: опробовать
- Spanish: poner a prueba
- Swedish: prova på
- Thai: ลองดู, ทดลอง
- Turkish: denemek
- Ukrainian: випробувати
- Vietnamese: thử
Translation of try out from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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