attempt, effort, endeavor, endeavour, try(noun)
earnest and conscientious activity intended to do or accomplish something
"made an effort to cover all the reading material"; "wished him luck in his endeavor"; "she gave it a good try"
effort, elbow grease, exertion, travail, sweat(noun)
use of physical or mental energy; hard work
"he got an A for effort"; "they managed only with great exertion"
attempt, endeavour, elbow grease, lather, travail, parturiency, exploit, campaign, childbed, feat, drive, labour, sudor, perspiration, movement, try, sweat, fret, stew, cause, labor, swither, lying-in, confinement, crusade, exertion, endeavor
feat, effort, exploit(noun)
a notable achievement
"he performed a great feat"; "the book was her finest effort"
campaign, cause, crusade, drive, movement, effort(noun)
a series of actions advancing a principle or tending toward a particular end
"he supported populist campaigns"; "they worked in the cause of world peace"; "the team was ready for a drive toward the pennant"; "the movement to end slavery"; "contributed to the war effort"
political campaign, motility, driveway, thrust, exertion, case, reason, movement, apparent motion, private road, exploit, elbow grease, motion, attempt, causal agent, driving force, move, apparent movement, grounds, front, bowel movement, driving, cause, bm, causa, military campaign, travail, crusade, trend, feat, endeavour, drive, parkway, social movement, sweat, safari, ride, run, campaign, drift, try, hunting expedition, causal agency, lawsuit, endeavor, suit
To make an effort.
It took a lot of effort to find a decent-sized, fully-furnished apartment withing walking distance of the office.
Although he didn't win any medals, Johnson's effort at the Olympics won over many fans.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Effort denotes the voluntary putting forth of power to attain or accomplish some specific thing; it reaches toward a definite end; exertion is a putting forth of power without special reference to an object. Every effort is an exertion, but not every exertion is an effort. Attempt is more experimental than effort, endeavor less strenuous but more continuous. An effort is a single act, an endeavor a continued series of acts; an endeavor is sustained and enduring, and may be lifelong; we do not have a society of Christian Attempt, or of Christian Effort, but of Christian Endeavor. A struggle is a violent effort or strenuous exertion. An essay is an attempt, effort, or endeavor made as a test of the powers of the one who makes it. Compare ENDEAVOR, v.
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How to use effort in a sentence?
Of course we've heard of an attempt to stand in the way of an effort to pass this bipartisan legislation.
This is a new low, even for anti-abortion activists who will stop at nothing in their effort to undermine a woman's right to choose, i believe the Center for Medical Progress may have broken the law in developing and executing this unbelievably elaborate and troubling scheme, and all Americans should have concerns about that.
I do not take a position on the proper prison term for Mr. Stone, but it would be a blatant abuse of power if President Trump has in fact intervened to reverse the recommendations of career prosecutors at the Department of Justice, doing so would send an unmistakable message that President Trump will protect those who lie to Congress to cover up his own misconduct, and that the attorney general will join him in that effort.
Everyone makes a greater effort to hurt other people than to help himself.
It's much more of a grassroots effort taking advantage of the way social media can spread ideas and connections from small donors, the increased focus has led to an increase in at least online donations. Even so, the money raised on #GivingTuesday represents only a very small fraction of total annual charitable giving in the United States. According to Giving USA, which issues an annual report on philanthropy, charitable donations in 2014 totaled $ 358.38 billion. Sandra Miniutti, vice president of the nonprofit watchdog Charity Navigator, agreed that #GivingTuesday has been a plus for charity awareness.
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- جهد, مجهودArabic
- усилие, стараниеBulgarian
- esforçCatalan, Valencian
- úsilí, snahaCzech
- Aufwand, AnstrengungGerman
- yritys, ponnistus, vaivaFinnish
- iomairtScottish Gaelic
- ճիգ, ջանքArmenian
- 노력, 努力Korean
- efort, solicitareRomanian
- усилие, стараниеRussian
- trȗd, náporSerbo-Croatian
- insats, ansträngningSwedish
- nỗ lực, 努力Vietnamese
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