aspirational


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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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Billickin, becoming aspirational with excess of faintness, 'as I hever ham.'
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Former Archbishop of Wales, Dr Rowan Williams, who will stand down in December, denounces the concept as "aspirational waffle" in a new book being prepared ahead of his retirement.
Dr Rowan Williams, who will stand down in December, calls it "aspirational waffle" in a new book being prepared ahead of his retirement.
This is a state of mind we refer to as the "Aspirational Self." This is the side of us that envisions ideal outcomes and aids in our ability to behave in a manner consistent with achieving more lofty goals for ourselves and our families.
The initiative is an integral part of the award-winning "Open Your World" global campaign, which celebrates and encourages aspirational behaviors among adult consumers.
But asked how she fit in with Winfrey's 'aspirational' programming, she replied.