|try your darndest
||try very hard, bend over backwards, go the extra mile
||I try my darndest to be fair to customers, but some are never satisfied.
|try your hand at
||try to do, try it
||Would you like to try your hand at washing dishes? It's fun!
|try your luck
||see if you can win, you take a chance
||They won a prize. Do you want to try your luck?
|tub of guts
||fat person, lard butt
||Santa? Why, he's just a tub of guts in a red suit!
||a person who watches TV a lot, couch potato
||In the winter he's a tube head - always watching hockey on TV.
||leave him, drop him
||He was a bore so I tubed him.
||nice, fun, cool
||The lounge was totally tubular, a great place to take her friends.
||short of breath, panting, puffing
||Timmy was tuckered out after jogging with his father.
||tip, roll, flip
||Andy! Slow down, man. You gonna tump over!
||adjust the tuning knob on a radio or receiver
||The announcer said, "Tune in tonight at 8 for our Talk Show."