- [jié lì]
- do one's utmost 竭力，竭尽所能; 尽心竭力; 竭尽绵力;
- pull out all stops 全力以赴;
- spare no efforts 不遗余力; 竭力;
- try by every possible means 竭力;
- as best one can 竭力，尽力;
He struggled to hold the bike down on the banked corners.
The company is struggling to find buyers for its new product.
She tried to blow a gray strand of hair from her eyes.
Mr King seems certain to be pressed for further details.
Katherine took another sip from her glass to calm herself.
Mr Wallace tries to co-opt rather than defeat his critics.
He was trying to be really cool and trendy.
His officials have visited Washington to press their case for economic aid.
She has fought a constant battle with her weight.
Until now television had fought shy of covering by-elections.
She did her best to appear more self-assured than she felt.
I tried not to think about it. I blacked it out.
A colleague urged him to see a psychiatrist, but Faulkner refused.
He felt disappointed but he tried to put on a brave face.
The company has been struggling to hang onto its sales force.