- aspiration + -al (Wiktionary)
“This is not what you call aspirational behavior by a main character.”
“In Baghdad, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said the United States and Iraq have agreed to what she called aspirational timetables.”
“Officials said they found what they call "aspirational" items - things al-Qaida operatives were interested in trying to make happen.”
“The American fetishization of work as an ideal removes it from practical reality every time it is described as aspirational.”
“The APEC Leaders agreed towork to achieve a common understanding on a long-term aspirational global emissions reduction goal.”
“As part of this decision, Australia will set a long term aspirational goal for reducing national greenhouse gas emissions in 2008.”
“Australia would like to see the APEC Leaders agree for the first time that a new international agreement should include an agreed long-term aspirational goal for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.”
“The APEC Leaders agreed to work to achieve a common understanding on a long-term aspirational global emissions reduction goal.”
“Her own personal taste is at the opposite end of the spectrum, but it too could be called aspirational—or by its more old-fashioned names, hung with Didionesque class opprobrium: arriviste or nouveau riche.”
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