- a strong desire, longing, or aim; ambition: intellectual aspirations.
- a goal or objective that is strongly desired: The presidency has been his aspiration since boyhood.
- the act of aspirating or breathing in.
- Phonetics. articulation accompanied by an audible puff of breath, as in the h-sound of how, or of when, or in the release of initial stops, as in the k-sound of key.the use of such a speech sound, or aspirate, in pronunciation.
- Medicine/Medical. the act of removing a fluid, as pus or serum, from a cavity of the body, by a hollow needle or trocar connected with a suction syringe.the act of inhaling fluid or a foreign body into the bronchi and lungs, often after vomiting.
- We might start by thinking about how companies can do more to balance year-on-year or quarterly targets against long-term aspirations that last—or even exceed—a lifetime, like the commitments some oil companies have made to reach net zero emissions.
- She moved to Australia for high school and with aspirations to be a doctor.
- FFA, a community of women founders and a startup accelerator working to achieve greater gender diversity in technology, built a sample of 150 women from tech hubs “with high likelihood of having entrepreneurial aspirations,” according to its dataset.
- The results also highlight some important gaps between aspiration and reality—what people want companies to do, and what they think they’re actually doing.
- On the other hand, if people share their feelings and candidly explain their fears and aspirations to others, they might better motivate positive change.
- Both high fashion and the fast, commercial fashion of Target are supposed to be about aspiration.
- The salaries were reduced so much that 1000 euro for many workers has now become a goal or aspiration.
- Nine years later, making 1,000 euro a month has become an aspiration for many.
- Is getting involved in politics a serious aspiration of yours?
- But Roosevelt rooted it firmly in American experience and aspiration.
- In this way, public curiosity may be gratified, but hardly any private aspiration after fame.
- Property, the family, the state, are sacred; but aspiration toward the recognition of the equality of men is insanity.
- Beyond all this Michael sincerely tried to correct his morals and manners in the light of aspiration and faith.
- The Romantic aspiration is revealed in Steinle, even, in a certain “yearning after colour.”
- Phœbe's aspiration to become like her teacher did not lessen as the days went on.