I think I might agree with him.
Because according to my dictionary, aspiration can be three things:
- a desire, longing or ambition.
- an audible puff of breath such as a sigh.
- the act of removing fluid from the body via suction.
So my only question is – which definition of ‘aspiration‘ was Halfon referring to?
What do you think?
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