aspire

  常用词汇  
[ə'spaɪə(r)]     [ə'spaɪər]    
  • v. 热望;立志
aspiringly aspirer aspired aspired aspiring aspires
new

aspire的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

v. (动词)
  1. 渴望
  2. 热望
  3. 有志于
  4. 追求
  5. 怀有大志
  6. 立志
  7. 立志要
  8. 高耸
  9. 有抱负
  10. 有雄心
  11. 向往
  12. 渴求
  13. 升起升高
  14. 高耸屹立

双解释义

v. (动词)
  1. vi. 渴望(成就); 有志(成为) have a strong desire to achieve or become sth

英英释义

Verb:
  1. have an ambitious plan or a lofty goal

aspire的用法和样例:

例句

用作动词 (v.)
  1. Do you aspire to know the heights, and depths, and lengths, and breadths?
    你是否热望要知道上帝的长阔高深?
  2. And thousands of young players aspire to be like him.
    千千万万的年轻球手立志要想成为象他那样的英雄。
  3. Woman should not only aspire to be educated but also persue independence.
    女性不仅应该立志接受教育,还应该追求独立。

常见句型

用作动词 (v.)
用作不及物动词 S+~+ prep. + n./pron.
  1. He aspired after fame.
    他渴望成名。
  2. He aspires after knowledge.
    他追求知识。
  3. He aspires after more knowledge of Chinese medicine.
    他渴望获得更多的中医知识。
  4. He aspired after a political career to the leadership of the party.
    成为党内的领导者是他的政治目标。
  5. He determinedly aspired after liberty.
    他矢志不渝地追求自由。
  6. Peter aspires after a job in a bank.
    彼得渴望在银行找到一份工作。
  7. What do women aspire for?
    妇女企求什么?
  8. He aspired to literary success.
    他热切地期望文学上的成功。
  9. He aspires to no personal fame.
    他不追求个人名誉。
  10. She aspired to a scientific career.
    她有志于科学事业。
  11. She aspires to nothing less than the chairmanship of the company.
    她一心渴望成为该公司董事长。
  12. As a model, she always aspired to an acting career.
    作为一名模特,她一直渴望从事演员职业。
  13. The author aspired to the first rank in his profession.
    这位作家立志要做文坛上的第一流人物。
  14. Edward Heath has always aspired to leadership.
    爱德华·希思一直渴望当领袖。
  15. Britain,France, the United States and Japan all aspired to hegemony after the end of World War I.
    第一次世界大战后,英、法、美、日都想争夺霸权。
S+~+to- v
  1. Many politicians aspire to be president.
    许多政治家都渴望当上总统。
  2. He aspires to be a scientist.
    他一心想当科学家。
  3. He aspired to be their next leader.
    他渴望成为他们的下一届领导人。
  4. He aspired to be the leadership of the party.
    他渴望得到党的领导职务。
  5. She aspires to become president.
    她渴望当总统。
  6. She aspired to become a lawyer.
    她渴望成为一名律师。
  7. In his childhood, he aspired to become a great general.
    在童年时代,他渴望成为一位伟大的将军。
  8. Mentor Graham told Lincoln that if he aspired to get ahead in politics and law he must know grammar.
    门特·格雷厄姆告诉林肯,如果他希望在政界和司法界获得成功,他必须懂得语法。
  9. A crowd of foreign princes aspire to gain her hand.
    许多外国王子都想赢得她的芳心。
其他
  1. Aspiring writers were always sending scripts to him.
    那些有抱负的作家一直把手稿寄给他。

词汇搭配

用作动词 (v.)
~+副词 ~+介词

经典引文

  • Aspiredst for the everlasting Crowne.

    出自: R. Lovelace
  • Ye powers of truth, that bid my soul aspire.

    出自: Goldsmith
  • He who aspires at the character of a good man.

    出自: V. Knox
  • It is no wonder that human beings aspire after a standard pronunciation which will reduce as far as possible the chances of misunderstanding.

    出自: R. Lynd
  • We Americans have long aspired to the glories of freedom while we compromised with prejudice and servitude.

    出自: M. L. King
  • He aspired to be a Rhodes Scholar, and thus had to be an all-around man.

    出自:New York Review of Books

aspire的详细讲解:

词语用法

v. (动词)
  1. aspire 是不及物动词,后接to, after或动词不定式。后接动词不定式表示追求的目标。

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派生词

v.(动词)
  • aspiring adj. 渴望从事…的; 有志向的

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