Definition of 'can-do'
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His energy and can-do attitude was contagious. Times, Sunday Times (2011)You have the can-do attitude that will inspire friends and family. The Sun (2010)There is now a real can-do attitude. The Sun (2011)The military have a can-do attitude which may not have helped them. The Sun (2010)Saturn contacts the moon to give you extra confidence and a can-do attitude that opens up opportunities. The Sun (2011)They have this fantastic service culture and can-do attitude. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The positive can-do attitude culture comes from the very top. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You have the can-do attitude and clear way of thinking that turn good intentions into a proper action plan. The Sun (2009)Their can-do attitude means they will always strive to do the job regardless of the resources the politicians give them. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Our advice is that young people need to think about how they project a can-do attitude when applying for jobs. The Sun (2014)You have the can-do attitude that helps you push ahead with a personal project instead of being concerned about the opinions of others. The Sun (2009)Let's bring on the can-do optimism. Times, Sunday Times (2011)At work, your can-do approach is key to success. The Sun (2010)Would his story have made it past the first page without the can-do Canadian attitude? The Sun (2016)The way this environment is set up, we are playing with a can-do attitude. Times, Sunday Times (2015)People seem more energetic and optimistic here, with a slightly naive but refreshing can-do attitude. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Despite their can-do attitude, barriers to success are still there for female entrepreneurs. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They're such a can-do nation. The Sun (2009)You have the can-do attitude that inspires others and instead of playing down your ambitions, you are ready to see how far they can take you. The Sun (2009)
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