aspirational

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Translations
aspirationnel

aspirational

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

adj personauf sozialen Aufstieg bedacht; productden sozialen Aufstieg verkörpernd
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If the 3-Series was aspirationally right for the days of Thatcherite boom the 118d fits the bill during Brownwellian bust.
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"Aspirationally it is a great idea and very laudable.
To these two groups we can add a third: the aspirationally - or philosophically, rural people who, for reasons they may not evenfully understand, are instinctively aware of the links to the land and the soil that they have lost - as the British passion for gardening must partly signify -- and who hope to find them again.
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The principle of "one country, two systems" was supposed to allow for the orderly reintegration of Hong Kong and (more aspirationally) Taiwan.
That subgroup splintered off in 2005 to form the aspirationally named Al Qaeda in the Malay Archipelago led by Noordin Mohamed Top, and went on to launch the 2005 Bali bombings and the 2009 Marriott and Ritz Carlton bombings.
"Camila Cabello, Dua Lipa, Rihanna, Beyonce," she lists aspirationally. "I feel like I could write for Post Malone." They're big plans, and most people laugh when she tells them.
The final images of NEET of the Dead tell us that the aspirationally normative models of family are dead (or undead.
Their partnership is aspirationally strong, yet they also exhibit the pressure of their situation, squabble under stress, and occasionally behave badly.