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    reach for the sky

    "Reach for the sky".
    Does this have two meanings?
    One is "to be ambitious".
    The other is "to freeze".
    Is this correct?

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    Re: reach for the sky

    I would say "yes!" both are correct.

    Plants & trees can also 'reach for the sky'. Simply meaning growing upwards.

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