I'd (just) like to see him try

Definition of I'd (just) like to see him try

  1. —used to say that another person has no chance of succeeding at something “He thinks he can beat you.” “I'd (just) like to see him try!”

Word by Word Definitions

justplay
  1. : archaic variant ofjoust

  1. :  having a basis in or conforming to fact or reason :  reasonable

    :  faithful to an original

    :  conforming to a standard of correctness :  proper

  1. :  exactly, precisely

    :  very recently

    :  by a very small margin :  barely

  1. :  to perceive by the eye

    :  to perceive or detect as if by sight

    :  to have experience of :  undergo

  1. :  cathedra

    :  a cathedral town

    :  a seat of a bishop's office, power, or authority

  1. : objective case ofhe

  1. :  to examine or investigate judicially

    :  to conduct the trial of

    :  to participate as counsel in the judicial examination of

  1. :  an experimental trial :  attempt

    :  a play in rugby that is similar to a touchdown in football, scores usually five points, and entitles the scoring side to attempt a placekick at the goal for additional points

    :  the score made on a try


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