trial

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈtraɪəl/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈtraɪəl, traɪl/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(trīəl, trīl)


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trial

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [murder, fraud, civil, federal, rape] trial
  2. a [hung, null, fair] trial
  3. [stand, face, go on] trial (for)
  4. the [suspect, criminal, politician] will [stand] trial
  5. the [suspect] is on trial for [murder, larceny, rape]
  6. is [likely, unlikely, bound] to [stand] trial
  7. trial by [jury, court martial]
  8. [football, soccer, basketball, Olympic] trials
  9. a [product, pharmaceutical, drug, clinical] trial
  10. a [two-week, three-month] trial
  11. [an experimental, an innovative, a controversial, promising, risky] trial
  12. [suffer, live, go] through trials and tribulations
  13. they gave [him, the worker] a month trial
  14. gave her a month's trial
  15. the trial of a new [drug]
  16. the [drug, product, service] is on trial
  17. the [drug] is in its trial [phase, period]
  18. on trial in [schools, patients, clinics]
  19. on trial in [selected, certain, local] schools
  20. it's a [question, matter] of trial and error
  21. (through) the trials of life
n as adj
  1. for a trial period
  2. [cancel, extend] your trial period
  3. a trial [version, program, order, run]
  4. a trial [lawyer, judge, reporter, clerk, courtroom]
v
  1. trialed in [Switzerland]
  2. trialed to [determine, decide]
  3. trial the [medication, medicine, drug, procedure]
  4. the [medications] was trialed
  5. [clinically, successfully] trialed
  6. trialed in [hospitals, schools, clinics, pharmacies]
  7. [the system, this approach] has been trialed (in)
  8. trialed and [evaluated, tested, developed, implemented]
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