- 1.1to aspire
tosomething/+ infinitivea people that aspires to nationhoodaspirar aalgo/+ infinitive1.2un pueblo que aspira a ser naciónalso: aspiring present participlethey're all aspiring artiststodos aspiran a ser reconocidos como artistasExample sentences
- For dancers aspiring to join the troupe, the audition, which is videotaped, generally consists of two parts: dance class and improvisation.
- For those families who aspired to a nice car, a comfortable house, and private schools for their children, the new government promised economic and political tranquility.
- A street kid who was once sent to a reformatory, he aspired to be a boxer, enlisted in the navy, and did jail time for a minor robbery.
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