Translation of aspire in Spanish:

aspire

Pronunciation: /əˈspaɪr; əˈspaɪə(r)/

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  • 1.1to aspire to sth/+ inf aspirar a algo/+ inf a people that aspires to nationhood un pueblo que aspira a ser nación 1.2
    (aspiring pres p)
    they're all aspiring artists todos aspiran a ser reconocidos como artistas
    More example sentences
    • It stirs us to strive for the goal, achieve the target and aspire to something beyond our comfort zone.
    • We need to ask ourselves, what kind of success do we aspire to achieve and at what cost?
    • What counts most is what each individual can aspire to achieve with technology and the results they deliver.

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