"We succeeded on our second trial / try."


"We succeeded on our second trial / try."


I saw the sentence written two ways like that and I was wondering if trial and try are interchangeable for the same meaning? I think it is possible because the words mean test. What do you experts think? Or is there any case where they are used for the same meaning? Thank you so much as usual and have a good day.

asked Nov 02 '13 at 03:06 Hans Contributor

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