tried


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tried

 (trīd)
v.
Past tense and past participle of try.
adj.
1. Thoroughly tested and proved to be good or trustworthy.
2. Made to undergo trials or distress. Often used in combination: a much-tried teacher.

tried

(traɪd)
vb
the past tense and past participle of try

tried

(traɪd)

v.
1. pt. and pp. of try.
adj.
2. tested and proved good, reliable, or trustworthy.
3. subjected to hardship, worry, trouble, etc.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.tried - tested and proved useful or correcttried - tested and proved useful or correct; "a tested method"
proved, proven - established beyond doubt; "a proven liar"; "a Soviet leader of proven shrewdness"
2.tried - tested and proved to be reliabletried - tested and proved to be reliable  
dependable, reliable - worthy of reliance or trust; "a reliable source of information"; "a dependable worker"
Translations

tried

[traɪd]
A. PT & PP of try
B. ADJ tried and tested; tried and trustedprobado

tried

[ˈtraɪd] adj
tried and tested, tried and trusted, tried and true → qui a fait ses preuves

tried

adjerprobt, bewährt

tried

[traɪd]
1. pt, pp of try
2. adj tried and testedsperimentato/a

tried

pret & pp de try
References in classic literature ?
In a word, after being tried out, the crisp, shrivelled blubber, now called scraps or fritters, still contains considerable of its unctuous properties.
I tried medicine and exercise, but it was useless, and my father came to take my letters off my hands while I gave myself some ineffectual respites.
He liked the work so much that he had several times tried his hand at mowing since.
Her anger never lasted long, and having humbly confessed her fault, she sincerely repented and tried to do better.
since he's set up his old chemical shop, where he'll blow himself to bits some day, and you and uncle will have the fun of putting him together again," and Steve tried to look as if the idea amused him.
She writes, therefore, to assure me that she is safe and well -- that she hopes to see me before long -- and that she has something to tell me, when we meet, which will try my sisterly love for her as nothing has tried it yet.
I 've tried to think it 's nothing but vanity or imagination, yet I can't help seeing a difference, and feeling as if I ought not to pretend that I don't.
He tried to run away, but hardly had he taken a step, when he felt his arms grasped and heard two horrible, deep voices say to him: "Your money or your life
I tried to make out to myself that I warn't to blame, because I didn't run Jim off from his rightful owner; but it warn't no use, conscience up and says, every time, "But you knowed he was running for his free- dom, and you could a paddled ashore and told some- body.
Well, I've tried to say "HOW DOTH THE LITTLE BUSY BEE," but it all came different
Can you not tell us," she said to Mirabel, "why Miss Jethro tried to prevent Emily Brown from meeting you here?
Jurgis got home somehow, scarcely able to see for the pain, and with an awful terror in his soul, Elzbieta helped him into bed and bandaged his injured foot with cold water and tried hard not to let him see her dismay; when the rest came home at night she met them outside and told them, and they, too, put on a cheerful face, saying it would only be for a week or two, and that they would pull him through.