Ambition ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Ambition ( noun )

  1. A strong desire to achieve success or a particular goal, typically requiring determination and hard work.
  2. A particular goal or aim.

Origin:

From the latin word "ambitionem" meaning "a desire for glory, honor or distinction".

Examples:

  1. His ambition is to become a successful businessman.
  2. She had no ambition beyond getting married and having children.
  3. The company's ambition is to expand into new markets.
  4. His ambition knew no bounds, he was determined to succeed at all cost.
  5. The young man's ambition was to play in the major league.

(As a verb)

Ambition ( verb )

  1. A strong desire to achieve success or a particular goal, typically requiring determination and hard work.
  2. A particular goal or aim.

Origin:

From the latin word "ambitionem" meaning "a desire for glory, honor or distinction".

Examples:

  1. His ambition is to become a successful businessman.
  2. She had no ambition beyond getting married and having children.
  3. The company's ambition is to expand into new markets.
  4. His ambition knew no bounds, he was determined to succeed at all cost.
  5. The young man's ambition was to play in the major league.
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