How to Conjugate Try Out
- Infinitive: Try Out
- Present Tense: Try Out/ Tries Out
- -ing Form: Trying Out
- Past Tense: Tried Out
- Past Participle: Tried Out
Definitions of Try Out:
1. To show that you are qualified to do something.
Examples: Vince tried out for the basketball team, but he didn’t make it.
Derek didn’t have to try out for the team because his father is the coach.
2. To test something to see if it is effective or good.
Examples: You might want to try out a product in a smaller size first to see if it suits you.
Let’s try out the new diet everyone keeps talking about.
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