Plural version of "Try one's hand" at?
I've heard of the phrase: To try my hand at (swimming, dancing, etc). Can we say this in reference to more than one person? Example: "Several poets have tried their hands at haiku" or would it be more appropriate to say "Several poets have tried their hand at haiku" ?
Thanks for any advice you can offer!
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