TRY


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

TRY

ISO 4217 code for the Turkish lira. It traces its history back to the Ottoman Empire. Until 2005, the lira was subject to high (though not crippling) inflation. The "new lira," which revalued the currency, was introduced in 2005. It 2009, the word "new" was removed from coins, and it became the lira again.
References in periodicals archive ?
FARRELL 6 'Ginger Pearl' failed to dazzle in attack, wasting try chance with loose carry, but sound defensively.
You can also try sheer gold, as long as you stick to rosier shades
Try a combination of an H2 receptor blocker and a proton pump inhibitor
We would have to try and transfer that into little one-ounce bottles with eyedroppers.
The more you try to blot it out, the more it's going to be there.
Eric Elwood, in his 101st game for Connacht, kicked two first half penalties but a try from right winger Simon Keogh two minutes after the restart snuffed out notions of a Connacht revival.
You are ready to start training again, but first you must promise yourself that you will never try to run fast when you feel soreness in your muscles and tendons.
D Go see the teacher and try to talk him or her into giving you a better grade.
Many of the participants said they felt calm and relaxed--a stark contrast to the usual anxiety and edginess experienced by people who try to stop, Killen said.
Burton hit back with a Sam Smith penalty before Nuns nabbed a second try, scrum half Rob Bennett racing over to score.
Richard Williams added a second-half double, with Garland kicking a conversion and a penalty while Steffan Marshall converted' Williams' second try.
The other thing that can perhaps be read into Wales' general try record under Gatland is that the game-plan has been built first and foremost upon a strong defensive platform, coupled with a heavy reliance on a moment of genius from wing wonder Shane Williams.