Examples of trial run in a Sentence
They will put the software through many trial runs before putting it on the market.
We will have to give the machine a trial run.
Recent Examples of trial run from the Web
The apprentice program is being centered in Southeast this year as a trial run, and will broaden to include other regions.
The top two Census Bureau seats have interim occupants, and financial constraints have led the bureau to skip two of its three trial runs of its overhauled process for 2020.
That may be of little comfort as the value of your portfolio shrinks, but should the market plummet even more dramatically at some point, this drop will serve as a trial run.
Yes, video games may soon be an Olympic sport, and two days before the Feb. 9 Opening Ceremonies in PyeongChang, e-sports were getting a trial run.
Government shutdowns have become trial runs for would-be star politicians and tend to be popular with the parties’ activist bases.
This is a great place for a trial run of any of the new Japanese cars from this update.
After a nearly 14-month trial run open only to the Seattle company’s employees, Monday marks the public debut of the store — among Amazon’s boldest efforts to reshape brick-and-mortar shopping.
The new documents reveal for the first time that Olympus gave a scope prototype to several hospitals and doctors in Europe and the U.S. for a trial run before putting it on the market in 2010.
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Definition of trial run for English Language Learners
: a test in which a product or procedure is tried in order to see if it works correctly
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