I have a question about the usage of the noun "trial". Most dictionaries say the following usages:
- The case went to trial.
- The case came to trial.
- He was brought to trial.
are standard English. But I found on the web the following usages:
- The case was taken to trial.
- He was taken to trial.
which I cannot find in dictionaries. Are "take a case to trial" and "take somebody to trial" wrong? Or are they standard English that should have been included in dictionaries?