ambitious 选择性必修1000 全国卷频次:5 教材出处:译林版选必修B1U3
The language is almost intoxicating (令人陶醉的) , an aging writer looking back on an ambitious yet simpler time.
His latest book The Social Animal, however, is more ambitious and serious than his earlier books.
ambitious adj. 野心勃勃的；有雄心的；热望的；炫耀的
ambitious goal 雄心勃勃的目标; 宏伟目标;
ambitious schemer 野心家
be ambitious 有抱负的; 有雄心壮志的;
ambitious paranoia 夸大性偏执狂
more ambitious 更有野心的（ambitious的比较级）
But Also More Ambitious 也更有抱负
Too ambitious 野心太大
Technologically Ambitious 技术上野心勃勃
Really ambitious 真费劲
Ambitious Moments 远志铭念
Ambitious goals 宏大目标
ambitious man 有野心的人
ambitious belle 枭姬
有抱負的,雄心勃勃的;有野心的I feel a bit of bitterness for his ambitious exhibition.我為他雄心勃勃的展覽感到一點點觸痛.
am·bi·tious / Am5biFEs /
1. determined to be successful, rich, powerful, etc.
a fiercely ambitious young manager
They were very ambitious for their children (= they wanted them to be successful).
2. needing a lot of effort, money or time to succeed
the government’s ambitious plans for social reform
• am·bi·tious·ly adv.
1 determined to be successful, rich, powerful etc 有抱负的，有雄心的；野心勃勃的
Alfred was intensely ambitious, obsessed with the idea of becoming rich.
mothers who are highly ambitious for their children (=who want their children to be successful)
2 an ambitious plan, idea etc shows a desire to do something good but difficult 〔计划、想法等〕宏大的，艰巨的
an ambitious engineering project
an over-ambitious health reform program
—ambitiousness noun [uncountable]
1.ADJ-GRADED 能被表示程度的副词或介词词组修饰的形容词有雄心的；有抱负的；有野心的 Someone who is ambitious has a strong desire to be successful, rich, or powerful.
Chris is so ambitious, so determined to do it all…
He’s a very ambitious lad and he wants to play at the highest level.
2.ADJ-GRADED 能被表示程度的副词或介词词组修饰的形容词规模宏大的；艰巨的 An ambitious idea or plan is on a large scale and needs a lot of work to be carried out successfully.
The ambitious project was completed in only nine months…
Their goal was extraordinarily ambitious.
Its trade and industrial policies should be used more ambitiously…
He is working on his life story, ambitiously planned as a 50-volume work.
[more ambitious; most ambitious] 1
: having ambition : having a desire to be successful, powerful, or famous有抱负的；渴望成功的
The company was created by two very ambitious young men in the early 1900s.
He was very ambitious for his children but not for himself. [=he wanted his children to be successful but he didn’t feel the need to be successful himself] 他望子成龙心切，但自身却没有雄心抱负。
: not easily done or achieved : requiring or showing ambition费劲的；需要雄心的；表现出雄心的
This 500-page book is her most ambitious effort/project yet.
Your plans for the future are very ambitious.
It was too ambitious a task for just one person.
— ambitiously adverb
She ambitiously worked her way to the top.
— ambitiousness noun [noncount] the ambitiousness of the plan