A: Did you get the part you tried out for in the play?
B: The role was given out to someone else.
A: What happened? Someone did something under the table?
B: No. I just want to say that I got a better part.
B: Thank you.
A: You seemed to be happy with the new role.
B: Yes, it's more challenging.
try out for：竞争，参加选拔
e.g. Players have to try out for the team and he approved by a majority of players.
e.g. When he tried out for the freshman team in high school, Michael didn't make it.
1. give out：分发，发出
e.g. He is an old screw. You will never be able to make him give out one dollar.
e.g. Please help me give out these test papers.
e.g. The teacher will give out the books.
2. get a part：担任一个角色
e.g. "Oh, I'd like to get a part in a play," said Carrie. （嘉莉妹妹）
e.g. I'm going to the audition but I don't expect I'll get a part.
3. under the table：秘密地
e.g. She bought the overcoat under the table.
e.g. It was strictly an under-the-table deal.
e.g. The mayor made a few bucks under the table, too.
4. be happy with：对……感到满意
e.g. She seems very happy with the new job.
e.g. He professed that he was not happy with the idea.
e.g. Are your staff happy with the canteen, do you think?