The act of aspirating the pronunciation of a letter with a full or strong emission of breathing an aspirated noise
- a manner of articulation involving an audible release of breath
- a cherished desire
- the act of inhaling; the drawing-in of air (or other fumes) as in breathing
- a will to succeed
- The work of aspirating; the pronunciation of a letter with the full or powerful emission of breath; an aspirated sound.
- The work of respiration; a breath; an inspiration.
- The work of aspiring of a ardently desiring; strong desire; large desire.
reduction by suction of fluid and cells through a needle. Aspiration also is the accidental sucking in of meals particles or liquids into the lung area.
1. drawing up a fluid. 2. taking a liquid in to the lung area while swallowing or being ill.
1530s, "action of breathing into," from Latin aspirationem (nominative aspiratio) "a respiration on, a blowing upon; harsh breathing; impact," noun of action from past participle stem of aspirare (see aspire). Meaning "steadfast longing for a greater goal, earnest desire for some thing above one" is taped from c.1600 (sometimes collectively, as aspirations).
- belated 14c., "action of aspirating," noun of activity from aspirate (v.).
1. Suction of a liquid. 2. Breathing a fluid into lungs whenever ingesting or vomiting.
- aspiration of gastric articles
- aspiration of tummy items
- aspiration [ambition, hope]
(letter.) The work of aspirating; the pronunciation of a letter with a full or strong emission of breathing; an aspirated sound.
- (n.) The work of respiration; a breath; an inspiration.
- (letter.) The work of aspiring of a ardently desiring; strong desire; large need.
This, however, is a consideration altogether alien to the Christian spirit, the aspiration of which is to lay up treasures not on earth but in heaven.