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"Ambición" is a 1939 Argentine film directed by Adelqui Migliar and written by José B. Cairola. The film starred Floren Delbene and Fanny Navarro. It was the first film of Armando Bo.
- country: Argentina
- language: Spanish Language
- producer: Alfredo P. Murúa
- production design by Juan Manuel Concado
- written by José B. Cairola & Adelqui Migliar
- cinematography by Gumer Barreiros
- edited by Alberto Biasotti
- music by Adolfo Carabelli
- genre: Drama
- released on (75 years ago)
"Ambición" is a musical single of H Roto.
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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Ambición
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The broken village (2011)
coffee, migration, and globalization in Honduras by Daniel R. Reichman
Ambición is a term of opprobrium, and is thought to be a sin by both the Protestant and Catholic churches in La Quebrada. The Spanish word suggests “ greed for power and wealth,” as opposed to American English, where it means something ...
by Robert Collison
La codicia en las manos de la suerte Se arroja al mar, la ira a las espadas, Y la ambición se rie de la muerte. Epistola Moral (attrib. Andrés Fernández de Andrada) (Spanish) Greed in the hands of destiny braves the ocean, Anger throws itself ...
by Francis Henry Stratmann
ambición, Fr. ambition, ambition, ayenh. 22. amblen, Fr. ambler, amble ; amblinde (part.) Halliw. шст. 53; amblinge Chauc. С t. E 388. amboht see under and. ¡unci, О. Fr. esmal (émail), aniel, Halliw. шст. 54. amelen, O. Fr. esmailler, ...
Fourth Edition by Stephen Cushman, Clare Cavanagh, Jahan Ramazani, Paul Rouzer
whose Ambición de lasflores ( ) elaborates the flower as a feminine erotic image, paradoxically loving and carnivorous.
by Lynda Lee Kaid, Christina Holtz-Bacha
La ambición del César.
by Eladio Cortés
Alfredo Leal Cortés, "Ambición y fracaso de Solana," review of El sol de octubre, in México en la cultura 538 (July 5, 1959): 4. Antonio Magaña Esquivel, "Rafael Solana triunfa con su comedia, Debiera haber obispas," in El Nacional (May 3, ...
The Century Dictionary (1914)
An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language
ambición = Pe. ambigão = It, ambizione, & L. ambitio(n-), ambition, a striving for favor, lit. a going about, as of a £ia: soliciting votes, ( ambire, pp. ambitus, go about, solicit votes: see ambient.] 1+. Thé act of going about to ...
Dictionarium Britannicum Or a More Compleat Universal Etymological English Dictionary Than Any Extant (1736)
by Nathan Bailey
ambición, Sp.] an immoderate Defire after Honour and Promotion, L. AMBIT ion was represented by the Ancients as a young Man, clad in Green and crown'd with érowns and going to clamber up a high and steep ...
A New and Original Work of Refrence to the Words in the English Language
ambición; Port, ambiçao; Ital. ambizio ne: from Lat ambitio = ambition ; ambio = to go around, or go about ; and itia — a going, from ire = to go. A going round, or going about of candidates for office in ancient Rome. Ambitio ...
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