do (one's) utmost(redirected from do your utmost)
do (one's) utmost
To put forth the greatest possible amount of effort or energy toward some task or goal; to try as hard as one can. I'll do my utmost to be there for your wedding, but I don't know if I'll have enough money to buy the plane ticket. Janet did her utmost to save the family farm, but the bank foreclosed on it in the end.
See also: utmost
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do/try your ˈutmost (to do something)try as hard as you can (to do something): I tried my utmost to stop them. ♢ Don’t blame her — she did her utmost to finish it on time.
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