The Word is:”try”

try

/trʌɪ/
verb
verb: try; 3rd person present: tries; past tense: tried; past participle: tried; gerund or present participle: trying

1. make an attempt or effort to do something.

“he tried to regain his breath”
synonyms: attempt, endeavour, make an effort, exert oneself, seek, strive, struggle, do one’s best, do one’s
utmost, do all one can; undertake, aim, set out, take it on oneself; try one’s hand at;
informal have a go/shot/crack/stab/bash, give it one’s best shot, bend/lean over backwards, bust a gut, do one’s damnedest, pull out all the stops, go all out, go for broke, knock oneself out, break one’s neck, move heaven and earth; informal give it a burl, give it a fly; formal essay; archaic assay
“we’ve got to try to help him”
  • attempt to achieve or attain.
    “they decided to try for another baby”
  • North American
    compete or audition for (a post or place on a team).
    “she tried out for the team”
  • attempt to contact.
    “I’ve tried the apartment, but the number is engaged”
  • push or pull (a door or window) to determine whether it is locked.
    “I tried the doors, but they were locked”
  • 2. subject (someone) to trial.

    “he was arrested and tried for the murder”

    investigate and decide (a case or issue) in a formal trial.
    “the case is to be tried by a jury in the Crown Court”
    synonyms: adjudicate, consider, hear, pass judgement on, adjudge, examine

    “the case is to be tried by a jury in the Crown Court”

    3. smooth (roughly planed wood) with a plane to give an accurately flat surface.
    4. extract (oil or fat) by heating.

    “some of the fat may be tried out and used”

    noun
    noun: try; plural noun: tries

    1. an effort to accomplish something; an attempt.

    “he got his membership card on his third try”
    synonyms: attempt, go, effort, endeavour, bid; informal shot, crack, stab, bash, whack;
    formal essay
    “I decided to have one last try”
  • an act of trying something new or different to see if it is suitable, effective, or pleasant.
    “she agreed that they should give the idea a try”
  • 2. Rugby
    an act of touching the ball down behind the opposing goal line, scoring points and entitling the scoring side to a kick at goal.

  • American Football
    an attempt to score an extra point after a touchdown.
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