ambition 选择性必修1000 全国卷频次:2 教材出处:译林版选必修B2U2
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The French influences are all the result of one man’s ambition.
ambitions n. 野心；雄心；抱负（ambition的复数形式）；理想
wild ambition 野心
Blonde Ambition 她的野心；美眉的野心；金发女的野心（电影名）
personal ambition 个人野心
Ambitions 理想; 志向; 梦想起飞; 雄心壮志;
Inflate Your Ambition 志存高远
has laudable ambition 其志可嘉
keep the ambition 坚守理想
achieve your ambition 实现你的抱负
to annihilate another’s ambition 使别人的野心化为泡影
Juliet Wu’s ambition 吴士宏的抱负
Use Your Ambition Wisely 使用好你志向
audacious ambition 狂妄的野心
Twin Ambitions 双重野心
對(成功,權力等)的強烈欲望,野心;雄心One of his ambitions is to become a rich man.他的抱負之一是成為富人.
~ (to be / do sth) | ~ (of being / doing sth)
1. [C] something that you want to do or achieve very much
She never achieved her ambition of becoming a famous writer.
His burning ambition was to study medicine.
It had been her lifelong ambition.
political / literary / sporting ambitions
2. [U] the desire or determination to be successful, rich, powerful, etc.
motivated by personal ambition
She was intelligent but suffered from a lack of ambition.
1 [countable] a strong desire to achieve something 追求，夙愿，理想
an ambition to do something
She had always had an ambition to be a pilot.
somebody’s ambitions of doing something
An injury ended his ambitions of becoming a professional footballer.
► see thesaurus at aim
2 [uncountable] determination to be successful, rich, powerful etc 抱负，雄心；野心
He was young and full of ambition.
3 have no ambition to do something used when saying that you definitely do not want to do something 完全不想做某事
I have no ambition to go back there again.
1.N-COUNT 可数名词梦想；理想 If you have an ambition to do or achieve something, you want very much to do it or achieve it.
【搭配模式】：oft N to-inf
His ambition is to sail round the world…
He harboured ambitions of becoming a Tory MP.
2.N-UNCOUNT 不可数名词雄心；抱负；野心 Ambition is the desire to be successful, rich, or powerful.
Even when I was young I never had any ambition.
…a mixture of ambition and ruthlessness.
[count] : a particular goal or aim : something that a person hopes to do or achieve追求的目标；志向
My first ambition as a child was to be in the circus.
The wife of a famous poet, she had literary ambitions of her own. [=she wanted to be a writer too] 作为著名诗人的夫人，她也有自己的文学梦。
He has ambitions for an acting career. = He has ambitions to become an actor. = His ambition is to be/become an actor.
She finally achieved/realized/fulfilled her life’s ambition [=the thing she most wanted to do in her life] when she started her own business.
[noncount] : a desire to be successful, powerful, or famous雄心；抱负
He lacked ambition and couldn’t compete with the others.
With her talent and fierce ambition [=her very strong desire to succeed], she became a very successful actress.
[noncount] US : a desire to do things and be active行动的愿望；干劲— usually used in negative constructions通常用于否定结构
I was tired and had no ambition [=initiative, energy], so I just spent the whole weekend watching TV.