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enterprising

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishenterprisingen‧ter‧pris‧ing /ˈentəpraɪzɪŋ $ -tər-/ adjective  INTELLIGENThaving the ability to think of new activities or ideas and make them work Some enterprising students are designing software. an enterprising scheme to provide interest-free loansenterprisingly adverb
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enterprisingOther countries have been more enterprising.One enterprising airway promotes this idea by showing an in-flight video that leads passengers through such a work-out.A bustling, affectionate, urgent, eruptive, enterprising character.She was an enterprising cook, as she was in all things, and fed her family well.And in the newer and flatter organization where there is little opportunity for promotion, how does an enterprising employee advance?An enterprising student was selling copies of the answers to the test.Garrett was an enterprising young man.
From Longman Business Dictionaryenterprisingen‧ter‧pris‧ing /ˈentəpraɪzɪŋ-tər-/ adjective showing the ability to think of new activities and ideas and to take financial risks in business, especially by starting and running new businessesSome enterprising students are designing software.Their enterprising approach brought them large profits.
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