- 审判，审问，审讯 ，审理
- 艰苦， 努力
- [U][C]审判,审理 (an act of) hearing and judging a person, case, or point of law in a court
- [C][U]测试,试验,考验 (act or process of) testing the ability, quality, performance, etc. of sb/sth
- [C]讨厌的人〔事物〕,忧虑〔麻烦〕的原因 an annoying thing or person; cause of worry or trouble
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"
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"
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"
- He went through hell during the trial.
- The flier is flying a new-type jet plane on trial.
- She agreed to employ me for a trial period.
- Trial and error is the source of our knowledge.
- They succeeded in the experiment on the fifteenth trial.
- His blindness is a great trial to him.
- The child was a trial to his parents.
- He's standing trial for thieving.
- The case is now under trial.
- We shall put the machine to further trial.
- We'll make a trial of his intelligence.
- They are doing clinical trials on a new drug.
- The recorder next door is a great trial to us.
- That child is a trial to his parents.
- The loss of relatives is among the most frequent trials in life.
- on trial
在试验〔测试〕中being examined and tested
- trial and error
反复试验,从失败中找到解决办法process of solving a problem by trying various solutions and learning from one's failures
- bring sb to〔up for〕 trial 将某人送法院审理
- conduct trials with 用…试验
- face a trial 受审
- go on〔stand, undergo〕 trial for 因…而受审
- bitter trial 痛苦的考验
- criminal trial 刑事审判
- fair〔unfair〕 trial 公正〔不公正〕的审判
- open〔public〕 trial 公审
- the first〔a new〕 trial 初〔复〕审
He was brought to trial..Theramenes..became his accuser.出自： C. Thirlwall
Murray's going to stand trial charged with murder one.出自： H. Howard
- ☆ 1436年进入英语，直接源自盎格鲁法语的trial，意为尝试。