What is career aspiration
Desired career (German)
Part of speech: noun, (male)Hyphenation:
- Job | wish, Plural: Career | wishes
- IPA: [bəˈʀuːfsˌvʊnʃ], Plural: [bəˈʀuːfsˌvʏnʃə]
- 1) Desire to be able to take up a certain profession
- Determinative compound Job,Joint element-s and wish
- 1) wish
- 1) “These are not easy years, but when Arno is released from military service, his is fulfilled Career aspiration and becomes a blacksmith. "
- 1) “It was by no means what it was then Career aspirations Roman Bertinis, who wanted to be a jockey because he was small and light as a feather, so everyone said he had to be a jockey later. "
- Nominative: singular Career aspiration; Plural Career aspirations
- Genitive: singular Career aspiration; Plural Career aspirations
- Dative: singular Career aspiration; Plural Career aspirations
- Accusative: singular Career aspiration; Plural Career aspirations
Anagrams: Dream job
Practical example sentences
Automatically selected examples in German:
„In Celle, a five-year-old boy has visited a police station to find out about his Career aspiration to be deposited with the officials.“
BILD.de, July 17, 2019
„The Career aspiration Butcher is usually not at the top of the list of dream jobs for young women. With Sophie Braumiller it does - and now she has tried something special.“
Mercury, February 18, 2019
„A five-year-old boy has visited the police in Celle to find out about his Career aspiration to deposit.“
NWZ Online, July 16, 2019
„On Thursday there was a violent explosion in the north of Dresden. A 30-year-old was seriously injured. Now it turns out: the detonation apparently had with his Career aspiration to do.“
MDR, September 21, 2018
„Reality TV star Kim Kardashian wants to change her career - she's aiming for the job of a lawyer. The training is already running, in 2022 she could take the bar exam. The Career aspiration has a serious background.“
n-tv.de, April 11, 2019
„Til Schweiger talked about his early career, because actually he had a completely different one Career aspiration as an actor.“
Klatsch-Tratsch.de, October 5th, 2020
„your Career aspiration in the Abitur newspaper: "Housewife or Federal Chancellor". Your new job is somewhere in between. BILD knows the details.“
BILD.de, May 11, 2020
„Medical students prefer general medicine for the compulsory outpatient quarter. But also with later Career aspiration the family doctor is high on the list.“
Doctors newspaper, June 12, 2020
„The Career aspiration Policeman is very popular with young people. But the job no longer has anything to do with the policeman of bygone days.“
NOZ.de, July 20, 2020
„In voluntary internships, students can get paid for their money Career aspiration review and learn important skills. But many underestimate an opportunity. This is how university students use their time properly.“
Welt.de, January 21, 2020
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Entries from our dictionary that contain "career desire":
wish: ... Longing 2) Congratulations, Congratulations Subordinate terms: 1) Change request, career request, congratulations, marriage request, heart's desire, desire to have children, wish of a reader ...
Career aspiration: Part of Speech: Declined Form Alternative Forms: Berufswunsches Hyphenation: Be | rufs | wunschs Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [bəˈʀuːfsˌvʊnʃs] Grammatical features: Genitive singular of the noun Berufswunsch
Career aspirations: Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: Be | rufs | wün |schen Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [bəˈʀuːfsˌvʏnʃn̩] Grammatical features: Dative plural of the noun Berufswunsch
Career aspirations: Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Be | rufs | wün | sche Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [bəˈʀuːfsˌvʏnʃə] Grammatical features: Nominative plural of the noun Berufswunsch Genitive plural of the noun Berufswunsch Accusative plural of the noun Berufswunsch
Career aspirations: Part of speech: Declined form Secondary forms: Job wish Hyphenation: Be | rufs | wun | cal pronunciation / stress: IPA: [bəˈʀuːfsˌvʊnʃə] Grammatical features: dative singular of the noun Berufswunsch
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Career aspirations (German) Part of speech: Declined form Variant forms: Job wish Hyphenation: Be | rufs | wun | sche…
Career aspiration (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Subforms: Career Desires Hyphenation: Be | rufs | wun | sches…
Career aspiration (German) Part of speech: Declined form Subforms: Career wishes Hyphenation: Be | rufs | wunschs…
Career aspirations (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: Be | rufs | wün | sche Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
Career aspirations (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Be | rufs | wün |schen Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
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Occupations (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Be | rufs | zwei | gen Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
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