Author Lepearla in English, 08.23.2018

What's does the phrase foe to ambition.

Answered by TacoGod

"Foe to ambition."So we know a foe is an enemy. An ambition is a desire to complete and do something.Judging from this, the phrase may mean, "An enemy wants a desire to do something."

Answered by Hshin7

I think it might mean someone who doesn't have a desire to go after what they believe.

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