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Spanish translation of “ambition”

ambition

noun /ӕmˈbiʃən/
the desire for success, fame, power etc
ambición
He is full of ambition and energy.
the desire eventually to become or do something special
ambición
His ambition is to become Prime Minister one day.
ambitious adjective
ambicioso
He is very ambitious That plan is too ambitious.
ambitiously adverb
ambiciosamente, con ambición
The book is ambitiously broad in scope.
ambitiousness noun
ambición
We were impressed by the company’s ambitiousness to expand its operations.
(Definition of ambition from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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