Definition of aspirational
- aspirational goals
- … private schools are patronised … by parents struggling to produce intelligent, clear-thinking, disciplined, polite, aspirational children …
- —Katie Grant
- aspirational brands/products
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Britannica English: Translation of aspirational for Arabic speakers
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having a quality expressive of sadness
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