Can-do (adjective)

  1. Having a positive attitude and the ability to take action and get things done.
  2. Having a willingness to take on new challenges and find solutions to problems.

Origin:

The phrase "can-do" is derived from the words "can" and "do" meaning the ability or willingness to take action and get things done.

Examples:

  1. She has a can-do attitude and is always willing to tackle new projects.
  2. His can-do spirit and determination helped him achieve great success.
  3. The team's can-do attitude helped them overcome the difficult task at hand.
  4. Her can-do approach to problem solving made her an asset to the company.
  5. The company's can-do culture allowed for quick and efficient decision making.
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