try on 试穿；试用；试验
try on 试穿
人们为什么热衷于摸彩票？ Why Do People Like to Try Their Luck on Lottery?
Try to look on the bright side of things.
When one has had to work so hard to get money, why should he impose on himself the further hardship of trying to save it?
Please turn the television down. I'm trying to sleep.
She's always trying to make an impression on people with her new clothes.
Whatever happens, keep (on) trying.
Try to image being on the moon.
Try to image being on the moon.
After evaluating the patient's condition, the doctor decided to try a new drug.
It is no good trying that method, because it won't work.
People concerned about cholesterol levels often try to cut down on meats.
With isolation, you try to avoid the effects of culture shock, or at least that’s what you think.
Try to be diplomatic when you refuse her invitation, so as not to cause bad feeling.
We’re trying to develop an all-embracing policy which deals with every element of education.
The government is still trying to get to grips with inflation.
May I try it on?
Try to look on the bright side of things.尽量从好的方面看。
While a selection of necessary details is involved in both, the officer must remain neutral and clearly try to present a picture of the facts, while the artist usually begins with a preconceived message or attitude which is then transmitted through the use of carefully selected details of action described in words intended to provoke associations and emotional reactions in the reader.
If we look at man as an animal and try to analyze the environmental forces that are acting on the organism, we find that we have to deal with things like climate, soil, plants, and such like factors common to all biological situations; but we also find, always, very important environmental influences that we can only class as “cultural”, which modify the physical and biological factors.
Scientists are trying to map the surface of the moon.
Would you like to try this jacket on for size, sir?
I'm trying to make a pass at her. *make a pass at...“(特别是对女性)挑逗，求爱”。
I'm trying to make a pass at her. (我想追求她。)
I don't blame you. (［她对你来说很有魅力，］我理解你的心情。)
I'm trying to pick her up. (我打算把她弄到手。) *pick up 是口语“把异性弄到手”、“勾搭女人”、“追女人”的意思。
I'm trying to get a date with her. (我打算和她约会。) *get a date with...“和……约会”、“约会”。
Are you trying to pick me up? *pick up“勾引(男人/女人)，欺骗”。
Are you asking me out?
Are you asking me for a date?
Are you asking me out on a date?
Her line is busy now. *busy表示“正在打电话”，而不是“忙”。
Sorry, her line is busy now. (对不起，她正在打电话。)
Alright. I'll try again later. (好的。那我过一会儿再打。)
She's on another line now.
Ms. Kane is talking to someone else now. (凯恩先生正在打电话。)
I'm afraid she's on the other line now.
I can't understand what you mean.
I can't see what you mean.
I don't understand what you're trying to say.
I don't get your drift.
I'm not sure what you mean.
That's how you do it. (所以应该这样做呀。)
I'm not sure what you mean. (我弄不清楚你想说什么。)
I'm not sure I understand.
I'm not sure I see what you mean.
I don't know if I understand what you're trying to say.
I don't know what he is driving at. *drive at... “打算做……”。
I don't know what he intends.
I don't know what he is getting at.
I don't know what he is trying to do.
It's not clear. (我不清楚。)
That's clear. (那很清楚了。)
It's worth a try. *worth “有价值”、“值得”、“也许不顺利”或“做起来太勉强，但值得一试”。
I don't think I can beat him. (我想我赢不了他。)
Well, it's worth a try. (但，值得一试。)
Please go easy on me. *出自于新手和没有实力的人的口中。 也可用于体育运动go easy on... 常用于命令句， 表示“对……要手软”、 “对人或东西要珍惜”、 “对……要留有余地”。
It's my first time, please go easy on me. (我这是第一次，请手下留情。)
Alright, I'll try. (知道了，我会的。)
Put yourself in my shoes. *直译是“把你的脚放到我的鞋里试试?”，即“你站到我的立场上考虑考虑。”
We will not take your illness into consideration. (我们没考虑到你生病。)
Put yourself in my shoes. (你们该为我想想。)
Try to see it from my point of view.
Try to see it my way.
Keep it out of sight. *out of sight 短语，“看不见的地方”、“视线之外”。
Keep it out of sight. (要做得不露痕迹。)
Okay. I'll try. (明白了。就这么着。)
I don't want anyone to see it. (我不想让人看到。)
I don't want to see it ever again. (我再也不想看到。)
That's it! *正中对方话语、行为的核心，惊讶或高兴时用。
Let's push this button. (摁这个按钮看看。)
That's it! (啊，对啦!)
Let's try this way. (用这个方法试一试。)
That's it! (啊，对啦!)
That's a winner.
Sounds like a winner.
That's not it. (啊，不对。)
Don't think you can make a fool out of me! *make a fool out of... 表示“轻视，看不起”。直译是“别以为你可以轻视我!”
Don't try to make me look foolish! 直译“别把我弄得像个傻瓜”。
You can't make me look stupid!
Cheer up! (振作起来!)
I'll try. (我会的。)
Come on! (打起精神来!)
Take it easy! (别那么想不开。)
Pull yourself together! (重新振作起来。)
Get a hold of yourself!
Get your shit together! *语气相当尖锐。表达类似“别那么懒懒散散的，振作精神，好好干”的感觉。
Hang in there! *鼓励正在做某事的人，“坚持下去!”、“不要放弃!”。
I can't do it anymore. (我不行了。)
Hang in there! (别松劲!))
Don't give it up!
Keep at it! (坚持下去!)
Keep your chin up! (要有信心!)
Try harder! (再加把劲!)
Just try it.
I don't think I can. (我想我不行。)
Just try it. (你试试看。)
I don't want to. (我不想做。)
Just try it. (就试一下。)
Come on, try it.
Just give it a try.
He is trying to cash in on me.
= He is trying to take advantage from me.
May I try this on?
I'd like to try these on.
If at first you don't succeed, try, try again.
I'd like to try on these hats.
Don't try to brainwash me.
A It’s difficult deciding on a future career.
B What do you mean?
A Just now, I’m not sure what kind of work I like.
B I suppose there are lots of different paths you could take.
A Yes, to some degree. But I’m just not sure which is the best. I don’t want to work in an office all my life.
B The best thing is to try various jobs and see which you like most.
A What about you? What are your career plans?
B I’ve got lots of thoughts and ideas. Most of all, I’d like to start my own business.
A Doing what? What kind of business?
B I’m doing a lot of fashion design at the moment. Designing new clothes and so on. I’d like to sell my designs and the clothes I make.
A That sounds great. I think you should really try and make a business out of that.
A 听起来好极了。 我想你确实应该尝试开创这样的事业。
B I think it would be so good to be independent and have your own business.
A You should try and find somewhere to sell your clothes and fashion designs.
B I’ve sold them at markets before but it’s hard work and you don’t make enough money.
A Have you thought about renting a shop?
B Yes, maybe I’ll open a shop. That would be best, but it’s expensive.
A Well, maybe it’s a good target to aim for. You would probably get more business if you had a shop.
B You’re right. But it’s only a dream just now. I have to earn more first!
A I’ve connected the cable from my laptop to the telephone point, but I still can’t get on the internet. Can you help me?
B Yes, just a moment. What does it say on your computer screen?
A It says I need a password.
B Yes, you need a password. Just key in your room number. That’s your individual password.
A OK. I’ll try that. ?Yes, that works. I’m connected. Thanks very much.
B You’re welcome.
A Do you know when you want to fly to Shanghai?
B Not yet, but I’ll decide when I’ve checked everything on the website.
A Well, when you have decided, then you can book your tickets.
B Can I book the tickets online? Is that possible?
A Yes, I think so. It depends on the airline, I think. You’ll need your credit card details.
B OK, I’ll try. Hopefully, I can do everything online.
A The football websites are really good. I follow English football on the internet.
B Do you use English-language websites?
A For football? Yes, mostly English, sometimes Chinese. The English ones are good for practicing my English.
B I must try them. Can you e-mail me the website addresses?
A Yes, no problem. Apart from helping my English, it’s a great way to keep up-to-date on all the news and results.
B That’s true! It’s good if you’re a football fan who also wants to learn English!
A Look at that. See the boat over there?
B Oh yes – that looks nice. A boat trip on the lake.
A Yes, we? should try it sometime. You can take a boat on the lake and have dinner.
B You can have dinner on the boat?
A Yes, and music. See, there’s a musician on the boat playing traditional music.
B That looks so good. We must try it!
A Beijing has lots of parks, too.
B Yes, I agree. I love Behai Park and Ritan Park . . . and the Temple of? Heaven Park. You should visit London and see the parks there.
B 是的，我同意。我爱北海公园和日坛公园. . .还有天坛公园。你应该去伦敦看看那里的公园。
A Yes, I’d love to. ?I’d love to go to the 2012 Olympics!
B Yes, you must try and come. You will be surprised at how green London is.
A Because of the parks?
B Not only the parks. The weather helps, and there are trees in the streets and in people's gardens as well as in the parks.
A I’ve got a suggestion. Why not have dinner at Houhai – on the lake?
B That sounds a great idea. A boat trip on the lake.
A We could try it this evening. We could take a boat on the lake and have dinner.
B Dinner on the boat? I like that – let’s do it.
A OK – I’ll telephone and book it. I’ve got the number. How about 7 o’clock?
B Perfect. I’m really looking forward to it.
A I’d really like to go and see the swimming at the Olympics.
B Me too. I want to try and get tickets for some of the events.
A Yes, it would be great to see it live. The atmosphere will be fantastic.
B I know. It’s always more exciting than watching it on TV.
A I think you can apply online for Olympic tickets.
B Well, let’s try.
Where can I see a football match in Beijing?
Usually there’s a match at the Worker’s Stadium.
On what day?
Is the Stadium far?
No. Twenty minutes by taxi.
Well, I might go there.
I can check if there is a match. I will try to get you tickets.
Good to see you again. Where are you going?
I’m going back to my hotel.
There’s a very good Cantonese restaurant in your hotel.
In my hotel? I didn’t know that. Where is it?
I think it’s on the 4th floor. You should try it.
Ok, I will. The Cantonese restaurant on the fourth floor. Thanks for that information.
You’re welcome. Enjoy it.
The reasonble man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable man persists in trying to adapt the world to himself, Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.
George Bre4nard Shaw, British dramatist
Don't try to win a friend by presenting gifts. You should instead contribute your sincere love and learn how to win others 'heart through appropriate ways.
Socrates, Ancient Greek philosopher
have a crush on 迷恋某人
A: I'm having this huge crush on Ted. I'm going to try and see if I can ask him out this weekend.
A: 我最近好喜欢 Ted 喔! 我想看看能不能约他这个周末出来。
B: Well...But I heard that he is already seeing somebody.
@@@ 参加, 从事
attendance required 要求参加, 必须参加
carry on (with sth.) 1.继续
drop out (of) 1.(从活动竞赛等中)退出, 停止参加
engage in 从事, 参加; 使从事于, 使忙于
enroll in 参加; 注册
enter into 1.进入; 参加; 成为...的一部分
get in on 参加(活动), 加入
get involved 参与, 卷入; 感兴趣
go about 着手做; 从事
go in for 从事; 参加
involve in sth./doing sth. 包括, 包含; 参与
join in 参加, 加入
participate in 参加, 参与
share in sth. 分享, 分摊(某物); 参与
take part in sth. 参加..., 参与...
try out for (为获得球队或演出的一个角色职位等)参加选拔
take up 1.开始从事
well attended 参加的人多
candidate for ...的候选人
natural selection 自然选择
pick out 精心挑选
prefer to 1.宁愿..., 更喜爱
run for 竞选
sift through 筛选; 详查; 细查
sign up for 报名, 注册; 选课
single out 挑出, 选出
try out for (为获得球队或演出的一个角色职位等)参加选拔
vote in 投票选出
on : 连上，固定住，(in or into a state of being connected)
act on 对…起作用
catch on 抓牢
come on 跟随
count on 依赖
draw on 带上，穿上
fasten on 纠缠，抓牢
fit on 固定
get on 接近
paste on 粘住
turn on 打开
switch on 打开
pin on 钉住
put on 穿上
try on 试穿
pull on 穿上
hang on 不挂断
build on 建立于
leave on 留住
take on 穿下
rely on 依靠
depend on 依靠
push around 欺骗
Don't try to push me around!
get one's feet wet参与，开始做
It's not good to concentrate all your efforts on just writing. You should get your feet wet and trying pinting or dancing.
Don't try to pull rank on me. We're all equals here.
May I try it on?
“Mike, you ought to try the potstickers at that little Chinese joint on New York Avenue. It looks like a greasy spoon but the potstickers are great and the price is cheap.”
"Every two weeks while the Congress is in session, I try to get back home to California to talk to people. This doesn't give me much time to relax with my family, but I have to keep an ear to the ground and hear what voters are thinking about."
"I try to keep an ear to the ground and what I hear these days is that most people think we spend too much money on building roads and not enough on our schools."
- not do...for love or money 死也不会……
Stop trying. I won't betray my friend for love or money.
- have someone's number 知道某人的底细
Don't waste your tongues with him. I've got his number. What he is trying to do now is to set a trap and let us jump into it.
This would discourage people from trying their hand on such packing.
You can make a suggestion to someone, using Try . . . / Try . . . e.g.: Try some green tea / Try some green tea; Try the chicken dish / Try the chicken dish; Try some Chinese wine / Try some Chinese wine.
你可以给某人提出建议，用Try . . . / 尝试 . . . 例如: Try some green tea / 尝尝绿茶; Try the chicken dish / 尝尝鸡肉; Try some Chinese wine / 尝尝中国酒。.
A: Hi Paul. Good to see you again. Where are you going?
B: Hi Lin. I’m going back to my hotel.
A: There’s a very good Cantonese restaurant in your hotel.
B: Really? I didn’t know that. Where is it?
A: I think it’s on the 4th floor. You should try it.
B: Ok, I will. The Cantonese restaurant on the fourth floor. Thanks for that information.
A: You’re welcome. Enjoy it.
A: Yan, I’d like to buy some presents for my kids.
B: How many kids do you have, Sue?
A: Two. A son and a daughter. My daughter is at university, and my son works in an office in London.
B: Do you know what kind of presents they would like?
A: No, I’m not sure. Let’s go to the shops and try and find something good.
B: Ok, I’m sure you’ll be lucky.
A: Where can I see a football match in Beijing?
B: Usually there’s a match at the Worker’s Stadium.
A: On what day?
B: Usually Sundays.
A: Is the Stadium far?
B: No. Twenty minutes in a taxi.
A: Well, I might go there.
B: I can check if there is a match. I will try and get you tickets.
辩白 [biàn bái] /offer an explanation/plead innocence/try to defend oneself/
辩解 [biàn jiě] /explain/justify/defend (a point of view, etc)/provide an explanation/try to defend oneself/
病急乱投医 [bìng jí luàn tóu yī] /turn to any doctor one can find when critically ill - try anything when in a desperate situation/
试 [shì] /to test/to try/experiment/examination/test/
找 [zhǎo] /to try to find/to look for/to call on (sb)/to find/to seek/to return/to look for/
In 1950, the US spent $12.7 billion on health care.
In 2002, the cost will be $1540 billion.
Anyone can see this trend is unsustainable.
Yet few seem willing to try to reverse it.
Why do so many Americans distrust what they read in their newspapers?
The American Society of Newspaper Editors is trying to answer this painful question.
The organization is deep into a long self-analysis known as the journalism credibility project.
Consequences follow from this, of course, some of which are that ambition is driven underground, or made sly.
Such, then, is the way things stand: on the left angry critics, on the right stupid supporters, and in the middle, as usual, the majority of earnest people trying to get on in life.
Feeling threatened, companies responded by writing ever-longer warning labels, trying to anticipate every possible accident.
Today, stepladders carry labels several inches long that warn, among other things, that you might — surprised! — fall off.
The label on a child's Batman cape cautions that the toy "does not enable user to fly."
NBAC members also indicated that they would appeal to privately funded researchers and clinics not to try to clone humans by body cell nuclear transfer.
But they were divided on whether to go further by calling for a federal law that would impose a complete ban on human cloning.
How many men would have considered the possibility of an apple falling up into the tree？
Newton did because he was not trying to predict anything.
The full import may take a while to sink in.
The NT Rights of the Terminally Ill law has left physicians and citizens alike trying to deal with its moral and practical implications.
Some have breathed sighs of relief, others, including churches, right-to-life groups and the Australian Medical Association, bitterly attacked the bill and the haste of its passage.
Rumor has it that more than 20 books on creationism/evolution are in the publisher's pipelines.
A few have already appeared.
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