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1. treat treat


my treat!
Act in such a way that you treat humanity, whether in your own person or in the person of any other, never merely as a means to an end, but always at the same time as an end.
Once you've picked up a stone that you like, take it home as soon as you can and treat it well, because that's the only stone you've got.
Women treat us just as humanity treats its gods. They worship us, and are always bothering us to do something for them.
Some kids start to carry on at a supermarket when they are not allowed to buy some candy or other treat.
Nowadays parents treat their children more as equals than they used to and the child is given more freedom to make his or her own decisions in life.
We dismiss people for talking about themselves but it's the subject they treat best.
I'm Tanaka and I just moved in next door. Please treat me well.
We deserve a treat! A treat is something you buy or do that is extra special and something that you don't normally do.
We don’t have a right to listen to the music we want for free. These things are treats; pleasures; luxuries.
Both parents and some politicians have criticized the rule; which they say treats all young people like criminals.
If you've been working hard and living thriftily for months on end, give yourself a treat: take the night off and go out to dinner and a movie.
It was my mother’s fiftieth birthday, and as a special treat, my dad decided to take the whole family up.

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2. to try to try


to try
I want to try something new.

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