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aspirant
American English: /ˈæspərənt/
, /əˈspaɪrənt/
British English: /əˈspʌɪər(ə)nt/
, /ˈasp(ɪ)r(ə)nt/

Translation of aspirant in Spanish:

noun

  • [formal] aspirant to something
    aspirante a algo
    an aspirant to the throne
    un aspirante al trono
    a Democratic aspirant
    un candidato demócrata
    Example sentences
    • One had expected the new aspirants and candidates to propose these as the main issues that should determine the course of the coming elections.
    • They held an online writing contest, where aspirants had to send in a chapter of a book they are writing.
    • Instead, aspirants compete for the nomination in a primary election, in which party supporters are responsible for the choice.

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