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See the entry fortrying.
Present participle oftry.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (difficult to deal with)
a. difícil
My uncle Terry is so trying; he won't stop talking about politics at dinner.Mi tío Terry es tan difícil; no deja de hablar de la política en la cena.
b. duro
How do you make the best of a trying situation?¿Cómo sacas lo mejor de una situación dura?
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (person, experience)
a. difícil
these are trying timescorren tiempos duros
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trying [ˈtraɪɪŋ]
[+time, situation, circumstances] difícil; [+experience, day] duro; [+person] latoso; pesado
he is rather trying after about three months, when Jennifer was nearly six months pregnant, her very trying mother who'd been in the habit of ringing up every night and fussing, arrived with her luggage We hope that this is the end of all the fuss about that man. /it has been a trying time/ and we're worn out emergency workers did the best they could in a trying situation we have gone through some pretty trying experiences in recent days this was a very trying experience we had a rather trying night it has been extremely trying I assure you. I shall find it trying
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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