attempts, 3rd person singular present; attempted, past participle; attempting, present participle; attempted, past tense;
Make an effort to achieve or complete (something, typically a difficult task or action)
she attempted a comeback in 1989
those who attempted to flee were captured at the border
Try to climb to the top of (a mountain)
the group's next plan was to attempt Everest
Try to take (a life)
he would not have attempted the life of a friend
An act of trying to achieve something, typically one that is unsuccessful or not certain to succeed
an attempt to halt the bombings
any attempt at talking politics ended in a fit of laughter
an abortive coup attempt
An effort to surpass a record or conquer a mountain
we made an attempt on the southwest buttress
A bid to kill someone
Karakozov made an attempt on the tsar's life
A thing produced as a result of trying to make or achieve something
her first attempt at a letter ended up in the wastebasket
earnest and conscientious activity intended to do or accomplish something; "made an effort to cover all the reading material"; "wished him luck in his endeavor"; "she gave it a good try"
try: make an effort or attempt; "He tried to shake off his fears"; "The infant had essayed a few wobbly steps"; "The police attempted to stop the thief"; "He sought to improve himself"; "She always seeks to do good in the world"
attack: the act of attacking; "attacks on women increased last year"; "they made an attempt on his life"
undertake: enter upon an activity or enterprise
tried unsuccessfully; "attempted murder"
Attempt crimes are crimes where the defendant's actions have the form of the actual enaction of the crime itself: the actions must go beyond mere preparation.
The action of trying at something; An assault or attack; To try
(attempted) Tried, with the connotation of failure
(Attempts) are the sum total of all completed credit courses, whether passed or failed.
When the livestock crosses the plane of the obstacle.
Contacting a potential research respondent. The attempt does not require actual contact or that the potential respondent has agreed to participate.
Every contact with a potential respondent; whether, or not, anyone is actually reached and whether, or not, a completed interview results.
Each lifter is allowed three attempts, at requested weights, on the snatch and on the clean and jerk. The results of the best good lifts are added to reach a total. If the lifter doesn't have at least one valid attempt in each of the two lifts, there is no total.
Conduct which is likely to result in an act prohibited by this directive. (410.01)
An offender commits an attempt when, with intent to commit an offense, he engages in conduct which tends to effect the commission of such offense. ...
The Referee shall decide what is an attempt to play the ball. An attempt is made, when in the opinion of the Referee, the striker has moved his racket towards the ball from the backswing position.
To try to do something. An effort or a try
The submission of a biometric sample to a biometric system for identification or verification. A biometric system may allow more than one attempt to identify or verify.