English to Japanese Meaning :: tried

試みる, 試す, 努める, 為る, やってみる, 口をつける, 口を付ける
Tried :
試してみました
- 試してみました試されていません
 

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Verb(1) make an effort or attempt(2) put to the test, as for its quality, or give experimental use to(3) put on trial or hear a case and sit as the judge at the trial of(4) take a sample of(5) examine or hear (evidence or a case(6) give pain or trouble to(7) test the limits of(8) melt (fat or lard(9) put on a garment in order to see whether it fits and looks nice
Adjective(1) tested and proved useful or correct(2) tested and proved to be reliable

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(1) Sadly, the idea of the game has been tried and tested so many times it seems old hat now.(2) I know six or seven of the lads who have been tried and tested and the rest of the team look a good set.(3) The formula is a tried way of expressing satirical disaffection.(4) In 1846 Thoreau climbed a route of his own making, instead of following a tried way, and didn't make it this far.(5) novel applications of tried-and-tested methods(6) a tried-and-true recipe
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(1) try ::
試します
Synonyms
Adjective
1. well-tried ::
よくみました
2. tested ::
テスト
Verb
3. attempt ::
試み
4. test ::
テスト
5. tax ::
税金
6. adjudicate ::
宣告します
7. sample ::
サンプル
9. strain ::
歪み
10. essay ::
エッセイ
11. hear ::
聞く
12. render ::
与えます
Antonyms
1. uncertain ::
不確実
2. unreliable ::
不確実
Different Forms
tried, untried
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