Definition of 'aspiring'
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Me and all the other aspiring male novelists of my day, he thought now. OUT OF THE ASHES (2001)Fish in quiet rivers tried to take to the land, knowing there was ambition in the air, and perished aspiring. THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)
The waitress, probably an aspiring model or actress herself, takes out her little white pad. THE SAVAGE GIRL (2001)
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Translations for 'aspiring'
British English: aspiring ADJECTIVE
If you use aspiring to describe someone who is starting a particular career, you mean that they are trying to become successful in it.
Many aspiring young artists learn by copying the masters.
Definition of aspiring from the Collins English Dictionary
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