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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “ambition”

ambition

noun [C or U]
 
 
/æmˈbɪʃ.ən/
a strong wish to be successful, powerful, rich, etc.
抱負;志向;雄心;野心
She's got a lot of ambition.
她很有抱負。
[+ to infinitive] His ambition is ultimately to run his own business.
他的抱負是最終能夠經營自己的公司。
He has already achieved his main ambition in life - to become wealthy.
他已經實現了他人生最大的志向——發財致富。
political ambitions
政治抱負
She doubts whether she'll ever be able to fulfil her ambition.
究竟是否能夠實現自己的理想,她沒有把握。
I've always had a burning (= very great) ambition to be a film director.
我一直有一個遠大的志向,那就是做電影導演。
After his heart attack, he abandoned his ambition to become Prime Minister.
他心臟病發作以後,就放棄了要當首相的勃勃雄心。
Goals and purposes
(Definition of ambition from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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