Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Trial"

The meaning of "Trial" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does this is a trial from the heavens above mean?
A: Yep.... It seems that the speaker is trying to see the hardship as a kind of test given by god... something to endure for the sake of some higher purpose.
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I understand clinical trials but I don't understand the word "backed" in this context. mean?
A: Hard to say without more context but I think It could mean:

1) "backed by data", they don't do the trial until they have enough data to make sure it won't be a waste of time.

2) "backed by money", someone has invested the money to pay for the trials.
Q: What does Clinical trial notification mean?
A: It can be a formal letter regarding a Clinical Trial or just telling you something is going on within the trial.
Notification = letter, message, phone to tell you information.

Clinical Trial = medical term for testing or researching things like medicines, makeup, skin care products.

It will divide people up into groups and then vary what is done. Like group 1 given a placebo (fake), group 2 given a low dose, group 3, given a high dose. Then they evaluate how it affects people's health. It is good or bad reactions, etc.


Q: What does trials and tribulations mean?
A: Trials are a formal examination of evidence before a judge, and typically before a jury, in order to decide guilt in a case of criminal or civil proceedings.
For example, "The newspaper accounts of the trial".
Tribulations is a cause of great trouble or suffering. For example, "The tribulations of being a megastar"
Q: What does This trials are still ongoing for this case. mean?
A: この件の裁判はまだ続いています

Example sentences using "Trial"

Q: Please show me example sentences with trial and error.
A: Trial and Error is used as a noun normally, not a verb. Or sometimes even as an adjective. "Science can sometimes be trial and error." "We have to use trial and error." "There's lots of trial and error involved."
Q: Please show me example sentences with trial.
A: He did not get a fair trial.
He testified at the trial.
She is awaiting trial on charges of assault.
Early trials have shown that the treatment has some serious side effects.
Recovering from her injury was a real trial of strength.
Q: Please show me example sentences with trial.
A: The (court) trial begins at 3:00.
The results for trials one and two were the same.
The website offers at 30-day free trial.

Synonyms of "Trial" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between trial and hearing ?
A: A trial resolves a case. Evidence is presented to a judge or jury and a decision is made. A hearing can be any part of litigation, from preliminary motions to post-trial motions. Example: “we had three separate hearings to discuss our witness lists before our one day long trial.” “The judge held a hearing on whether the trial would be conducted by a judge or a jury”
Q: What is the difference between trial and process ?
A: Trial means you are doing something that has an uncertain ending

-He is on trial for robbing a bank, he may or may not go to Jail
-you can have a one week free trial, if you don’t like it you can unsubscribe

Process is how you do something
Question: What is your process for training your dog?
Answer: Oh I use treats

Question: How fast can you process this paperwork?
Answer: I can do it in one hour


Q: What is the difference between trial and test ?
A: As verbs, they basically mean the same thing.
Trial (v): to test something
Test (v): to check the quality, performance, or reliability of something

As nouns, they have slightly different meanings.
Trial (n): 1. a test of the performance of something
2. a formal examination of evidence before a judge
Test (n): a procedure intended to establish the performance of something

The word trial is mostly used for scientific experiments, in court, or testing out an online product ("free trial"). Meanwhile the word test is everyday, basic vocabulary.

Some sentences:
-The criminal went to court for his trial.
-I started my free trial for Amazon.com today.
-The clinical trials established the reliability of the medicine.
-I took a math test at school.
-The spelling bee tested me on my vocabulary.
Q: What is the difference between What's the soonest we can get a trial date? and What's the soonest date we can get a trial? ?
A: They are the same, just different order.
Q: What is the difference between on trial and await trial ?
A: "Await trial" means someone who is waiting for the court trial. They may be in prison or not. "On trial" means that someone will go to court for a crime.

Translations of "Trial"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? is this natural?

she wants us to have a trial class and check one lesson each class is proper for students.
A: No, maybe try" She wants us to have a trial class and check out one lesson each per class."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? trial
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The trial will be thrown out if they cannot make an unanimous decision What does it mean? This verb in this context?
A: "Decision" is a noun. This sentence means EVERYONE has to agree, or the trial will not continue.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? trial
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Other questions about "Trial"

Q: How about holding a free trial event thorough demonstration? They can try out your products in person. does this sound natural?
A: It makes sense, but I think grammatically you need an "a" before demonstration. So it would be

"How about holding a free trial event through a demonstration?"
Q: In the criminal trial that a Peruvian man is accused of murdering six men and women and burglary in Kumagaya City, Saitama prefecture, a man who lost his wife and two daughters appeared and said, "I was looking forward to my daughters' future." does this sound natural?
A: During the criminal trial in which a Peruvian man is accused of burglary and the murder of six people in Kumagaya City of Saitama Prefecture, one man who lost his wife and two daughters came forward and said "I was looking forward to my daughters' future."
Q: I want to trial for English class with my daughter.She is 11years.
Can we make a book for this Wednesday?
does this sound natural?
A: "​​I want a trial English class with my daughter."
Q: What does 'on every forth trial' mean here? :

"On every fourth trial, the experimenter told participants whether their responses had been correct or incorrect, and participants could use this feedback to generate their hypotheses."

A: It means the people in the first 3 trials did not know if their answers were correct. In the fourth trial (the one after the first 3) the participants were told. Then 3 more trials without telling, then the next one (the fourth) they were told again. Repeat the sequence until the end.
Q: Based on the trials and evaluation, 60% from trial participants could recognize Hiragana scripts that were tested and 100% from trial participants could write Kanji according to its stroke count and the prediction percentage is above 50%. does this sound natural?
A: Based on the trials and evaluations, 60% of participants could recognize Hiragana script and 100% of participants could write Kanji with correct stroke counts. The prediction percentage is above 50%.

I think, though without more context it's a bit confusing.

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