Suppose you don't know someone and you are e.g. a manager and are going to hire him; then you talk to one of the other top managers regarding that new personnel; you can probably say:
- I don't know him and his abilities and working potentials well; so I'm going to try him out to see how he does in a task.
I think the sentence above would be idiomatic. But my question is that whether it is possible to omit the word "out" from the compound verb "try out" or not.
As far as I know we only can "try something" meaning that "wear it". Am I right?