Phrasal verb TRY ON

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    TRY ON

    To try on something (or try something on) is to put an item of clothing on to find out whether it fits you or whether you like it, especially before buying it. Examples of use:

    1. I like these shoes. I think I’ll try them on.
    2. I hate trying on new clothes.
    3. This shirt is too small: I should have tried it on before I bought it.
    4. School starts again next week so you must try on your new school uniform.
    5. She’s tried on more than thirty wedding dresses, but she can’t find one she likes.


    infinitive try on
    present simple try on and tries on
    -ing form trying on
    past simple tried on
    past participle tried on




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