to aspire

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to have an earnest desire, wish, or longing, as for something high and good, not yet attained
{v} to desire eagerly, pant after, aim at what is lofty or difficult
To rise; to ascend; to tower; to soar
have an ambitious plan or a lofty goal
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To aspire to; to long for; to try to reach; to mount to
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"To aspire to" means to wish to gain something or to become something better Here the young man and young woman, denied love and emotion in life, seek fulfilment in Eternity As usual in Blake, Heaven is a place of joy and freedom and delight, very different from the usual Christian philosophy of Blake's time http: //www canberra edu au/~ajc/minogue/poetry/blake/sungloss html
{f} seek to attain a goal, yearn, aim, dream
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To hope or dream; especially to hope or work towards a profession or occupation (followed by to as a preposition or infinitive particle)
To desire with eagerness; to seek to attain something high or great; to pant; to long; followed by to or after, and rarely by at; as, to aspire to a crown; to aspire after immorality
intr v 1 To have a great ambition; desire strongly 2 To strive toward an end
If you aspire to something such as an important job, you have a strong desire to achieve it. people who aspire to public office They aspired to be gentlemen, though they fell far short of the ideal. see also aspiring. to desire and work towards achieving something important aspire to (aspirer, from aspirare , from ad- + spirare )
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