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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30pm Memories of Hughie Green come to the fore as this nostalgic comedy set in the 1970s continues with the aspirationally minded Brenda deciding to organise a Jessop Square version of TV talent show Opportunity Knocks.
30pm Memories of Hughie Green come to the fore as this comedy continues with the aspirationally minded Brenda deciding to organise a Jessop Square version of TV talent show Opportunity Knocks.
30pm Hughie Green fore as this comedy with the aspirationally deciding to Jessop Square talent show Knocks.
The logic of terrestrial military imperatives is incompatible with outer space security--that is, with the integrity and use of, and access to, outer space as a global commons, as stated aspirationally in the Outer Space Treaty.
The aim of that principal mode of humanistic activity, Gibbs suggests, can be seen aspirationally not as a cloning of the teacher's self but as a production of a responsibility for the student's responsibility--"the reproduction of responsibility itself' that reaches beyond the agony of authorship to what Gibbs calls the possibility of a messianic humanism.
Then as now, the person who speaks the prestige standard with greater fluidity often expects his or her interlocutor to speak aspirationally, that is, to attempt to conform to the prestige standard however problematic that might be.
By contrast, the Listeners mechanisms of sociability were multivalent, with familiar elements of periodical design identified with upmarket weeklies reinforcing the identification among readers of a particular class and brow being urged to extend their imprimatur to the BBC itself or, saliently, among readers who identified aspirationally as such.
A democratic, universalistic, caring and aspirationally egalitarian society embraces everyone and accepts people for who they are.
What has been a nonstarter aspirationally is Modi's silence in the face of the rise of extreme right loose cannons in his party.
Aspirationally, we are where we thought we could be.
Aurora Leigh's own history of reception from an aspirationally masculine poem to an inspirational resource for women demonstrates not only the inherent heterogeneity of the verse-novel, but also the flexibility of identification depicted therein.
Writing in a manner accessible to a lay audience (as well as the expected student audience and, aspirationally, politicians), Swift (political theory, U.