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To sample something
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‘To sample something’ means to try something, to test something. We also very often use the phrasal verb ‘to try something out’ which is synonymous to a certain degree. We tend to use ‘to sample something’ for tangible products, whereas ‘to try something out’ can refer to pretty much anything.For example:

“I really want to try out that new Indian restaurant in York.”

“I want to try out virtual reality”

“We want to try skiing out, it looks a lot of fun!”

“Would it be possible to sample the ice cream before we buy?”


P.d. Not to be confused with ‘To try out for something’ which is completely different.



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