Portuguese translation of 'enterprising'
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It Just takes one enterprising rail company to make that a new slogan.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
One enterprising tourist company in Panama City offers kayaking and camping trips to a few islands.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Well, not if you're like one enterprising young viewer who dropped us a line recently.The Sun (2009)
You have a new, more enterprising attitude towards work.The Sun (2017)
Nobody is saying England should abandon their new enterprising attitude.The Sun (2015)
The first half ended goalless despite some enterprising football from both sides.The Sun (2016)
As each pack cost hundreds of pounds, it was only natural that enterprising individuals would focus on trying to harness this new trade.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
At the same time we respectfully suggest that this enterprising young company is missing a trick.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Overall, immigrants are by a substantial margin net contributors to the British economy and an energising force that can galvanise less enterprising locals.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Our culture also treasures stories of enterprising individuals.Christianity Today (2000)
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British English: enterprising ADJECTIVE
An enterprising person is willing to try out new, unusual ways of doing or achieving something.
She is a very enterprising young businesswoman who is involved in a lot of activities.
Translation of enterprising from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary