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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
Translations of “ambition”
in Korean 꿈, 야망…
in Arabic مَطمَح, طُموح…
in French ambition…
in Italian ambizione…
in Russian цель, целеустремленность…
in Turkish hırs, tutku, ihtiras…
in Polish ambicja…
in Spanish ambición…
in Portuguese ambição…
in German der Ehrgeiz, die Ambition…
in Catalan ambició…
in Japanese 念願, 大志, 野心…
in Chinese (Simplified) 抱负, 志向, 雄心…
(Definition of ambition from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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