test, trial, run(noun)
the act of testing something
"in the experimental trials the amount of carbon was measured separately"; "he called each flip of the coin a new trial"
exam, running game, ladder, ravel, examination, political campaign, rill, running play, outpouring, tryout, tally, test, discharge, campaign, footrace, foot race, trial run, run, visitation, tribulation, streak, psychometric test, rivulet, mental test, runnel, streamlet, mental testing, running
trial, trial run, test, tryout(noun)
trying something to find out about it
"a sample for ten days free trial"; "a trial of progesterone failed to relieve the pain"
the act of undergoing testing
"he survived the great test of battle"; "candidates must compete in a trial of skill"
(law) the determination of a person's innocence or guilt by due process of law
"he had a fair trial and the jury found him guilty"; "most of these complaints are settled before they go to trial"
(sports) a preliminary competition to determine qualifications
"the trials for the semifinals began yesterday"
trial, tribulation, visitation(noun)
an annoying or frustrating or catastrophic event
"his mother-in-law's visits were a great trial for him"; "life is full of tribulations"; "a visitation of the plague"
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.
Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms
non-trial, non-probation, mismeasurement, miscalculation, misestimate, trifle, triviality, alleviation, relief, disburdenment, refreshment, non-attempt, pretermission, oversight, disregard, non-verification
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How to use trial in a sentence?
This is the political version of a death row trial. I get Republican Sen. Tim Scott absolute rejection of the process.
I did not get a fair trial, and I will taking action, I will be suing.
, } The woman, we all know, was Anita Hill. And I was there as her story unfolded. Twenty-seven years ago, on Yom Kippur eve, I testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee in my role as President of the Women's Legal Defense Fund, which became National Partnership for Women Families for Women Families. I was joined by wonderful colleagues, including Professor Patricia King of Georgetown University and Marcia Greenberger, co-president of the National Women's Law Center. At the time I testified that Judge Clarence Thomas appeared to lack a demonstrated commitment to equal justice. I stated that Judge Clarence Thomas record cast grave doubt on Judge Clarence Thomas commitment to affirm and support fundamental principles of equal employment opportunity, the constitutional protections against gender discrimination and reproductive freedom. Judge Clarence Thomas record had shown an extensive pattern of disregard of principles of fundamental importance to women and Women Families. The ugly double standard over Kavanaughs so-called youthRead MoreOf course, the parallels between then and now are unmistakable. Shortly after my testimony, Hill's story was leaked to the press, and Anita Hill was asked to testify before the Senate. What happened next continues to be one of the most disgraceful episodes in our country's modern history. Anita Hill came before the Senate and was greeted by an all-male panel, led by Republicans who sought to prosecute Anita Hill, while Democrats, at best, remained neutral fact-finders. This phony trial resulted in a gross imbalance of power and meant that no one defended Anita Hill and no one prosecuted Judge Clarence Thomas. What was on trial was not the fitness of Judge Clarence Thomas to be the next Supreme Court justice but instead Hill's moral character and reputation as a woman. Immediately after the hearing, it was branded as a.
However, the treatments that are developed for jet lag can be used for less prevalent, though far more significant societal problems including delayed sleep in teens( in whom we have an ongoing clinical trial using the flash technique) and shift workers who try to flip between a night time schedule for work and a day time schedule for leisure.
The Republican Party is on trial.
Translations for trial
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- مُحاكَمة, التجربةArabic
- изпробване, съд, неприятности, изпитание, опит, проба, процес, бремеBulgarian
- trojí, zkouška, přelíčení, zkušebníCzech
- Trialis, Versuch, Prüfung, Kummer, Prozeß, Probe, Verhör, Belästigung, SorgeGerman
- δοκιμαστικός, δοκιμή, δίκη, πειραματικός, δοκιμασία, τριπλός, εκδίκασηGreek
- proceso, tribulación, trial, prueba, ensayo, experimento, juicioSpanish
- koe, oikeudenkäynti, koetus, koettelemusFinnish
- procès, épreuve, essai, trielFrench
- dearbhadhScottish Gaelic
- ניסיון, משפטHebrew
- baj, megpróbáltatás, próba, tárgyalás, nehézség, kellemetlenségHungarian
- triplo, prova, test, processo, tribolazioneItalian
- 試験, 試し, 試練, 裁判, 公判, 三数Japanese
- trialis, periculum, experimentumLatin
- rechtzaak, proces, trialis, proef, test, beproeving, bezoekingDutch
- test, rozprawa, próbaPolish
- ensaio, prova, julgamento, provação, experiência, processoPortuguese
- опыт, проба, разбирательство, испытание, неприятность, судRussian
- tillfällig, prov-, tretal, test, provisorisk, test-, trialis, rättegång, prövningSwedish
- tecrübe, duruşma, deneyTurkish
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