aspirational

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Translations
aspirationnel

aspirational

[ˌæspəˈreɪʃənl] ADJ [person] → con aspiraciones; [product] → que viste mucho, que queda muy bien

aspirational

[ˌæspɪˈreɪʃənəl] adj
to be considered aspirational [product] → être considéré(e) comme signe de réussite sociale
[person] → ambitieux/euse, qui aspire à une meilleure situation

aspirational

adj personauf sozialen Aufstieg bedacht; productden sozialen Aufstieg verkörpernd
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We are intentionally steadfast in redefining this dynamic, aspirationally transforming it to a space that elevates and privileges funds of knowledge (Moll et al.
m because this is a practical size which is even aspirationally more attractive to the homebuyer.
Coming back to the focus of this text, there is no denying the fact that the present budget is aspirationally an essay in departure from a template mould.
He's taken a dive professionally and aspirationally because of the problems he had last year (when he was arrested for dodgy dealings) and his reputation has sunk.
Young Indian artists on French government scholarships were aspirationally modernist in their vocabulary of aesthetics and intellectual positioning.
Brand ambassadors, like Lovato, are chosen by Teami Blends for their aspirationally healthy lifestyles.
He also suggests viewing conference attendance aspirationally as a chance to connect with people you would like to have as peers.
To recall my earlier argument from the historical accounts, that decade was marked both by an artificially constructed (and not incidentally racialized) domestic ideal but also by a broader culture aspirationally marked by implicit Protestant ideals and an implicit Protestant moral imagination and architecture.
are members of a growing tribe of the aspirationally willing.
That there is something unsatisfactory about outsourcing one's self-interpretation in this way is suggested by the urge to repeat the last hemistich just three lines later, where he who reads her through may be "content" but she, aspirationally the content or object of his imputed thought, is not content, not quite.
Iqbal's encounter with Romanticism, in its initial appreciation, subsequent disillusionment, and ultimate replacement with Rumi's Sufi thought can become a measure of the course Pakistani culture, aspirationally speaking, was ideally to take, if one agrees to relate its identity with Iqbal's desire.
Andre Tchaikowsky had long been drawn to England, much attracted by the aspirationally genteel way of life described in The Diary of a Nobody (George and Weedon Grossmith), and of course with the perennial allure of Shakespeare.