English version

try your luck

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtry your lucktry your luckTRY something TO SEE IF IT IS GOODto try to achieve something or get something you want, usually by taking a risk After the war my father went to Canada to try his luck at farming. try
Examples from the Corpus
try your luckFruity Fred the bull terrier took a fancy to the leggy lovely and thought he'd try his luck.He squatted down with a stick to try his luck.Ibn Battuta was always one to try his luck.So why not try your luck?Riker and I were chosen to try our luck again.Stern says he is tempted to try his luck as a candidate for mayor.You can try your luck in Scheffau, and even compete for a bronze, silver or gold medal.Without a pub to be seen for miles we decided to try our luck in the bar of the hilton.But the next time Berger tried his luck, it produced a spectacular dividend.
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