[with infinitive]other people will aspire to be like you.
The fame to which he aspires was beyond his reach.
An old steed in the stable still aspires to gallop a thousand li.
[as adj. aspiring]an aspiring artist.
Britain,France,the United States and Japan all aspired to hegemony after the end of World War I.
My father never aspired to the job of managing director, and was very surprised when it was offered to him.
我的父亲从渴求当主任, 当他被委以该职时, 他大为惊讶。
Question 24. What do low-income people aspire to?
We aspired to intelligence. We didn't belittle it.
Nor do they aspire to such command themselves.
You know, Eric said you're an aspiring designer.
It seemed every aspiring ''gaIIerina'' in New York...
You're an aspiring detective now, Watson.
This Paige, she's an aspiring musician.
On what wings dare he aspire?
We've been comfortable aspiring to championship.
I hear you aspire to being a writer, Lawrence.
Mike could never even aspire to become a bozo.
In his childhood, he aspired to become a great general.
There are also democratizing access for aspiring filmmakers and artists.
Computer scientists, for instance, aspire to the A.M. Turing Award.
Aspiring archaeologists should be warned that this happens only very rarely.
Let's hope only one of them ever aspired to mass casualties.
As the economy picks up, opportunities will abound for aspiring leaders.
I aspired to walk in the footsteps
And aspiring means wanting to be successful in your chosen career.
So if you're an aspiring spelling champion practice these for a spell.