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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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tryouttry‧out /ˈtraɪaʊt/ noun [countable] American English  1 DSa time when people who want to be in a sports team, activity etc are tested, so that the best can be chosen baseball tryouts2 a period of time during which a play, television show etc is shown to find out if people like it
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tryoutThe next week, he took part in Little League tryouts.Much of our SleepTight tryout was spent deciphering directions.With a series of lame and recycled bits, this spring tryout comedy whacks us over the head with every joke.The producers of House of Flowers kept adding towns for what eventually amounted to a twenty-week tryout period.
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