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motivated

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmotivatedmo‧ti‧va‧ted /ˈməʊtɪveɪtɪd $ ˈmoʊ-/ AWL adjective  1 ENTHUSIASTICvery keen to do something or achieve something, especially because you find it interesting or exciting The students are all highly motivated. The key to a successful modern economy is a well-educated and motivated workforce.2 politically/economically/financially etc motivated
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motivatedHe did once enrol on a home study course but couldn't get motivated.Your supervisor's approach and enthusiasm are likely to vary according to how motivated and organised you are.We must be reactive rather than proactive, because becoming motivated and taking initiatives involves gaining power.Through this process of the return to the mean or average, the superbly intelligent, highly motivated race remains an illusion.They became motivated to do what the trainer wished through fear of repeated pain.Silence broken, suddenly everyone seems motivated to have a snack.Signs are constantly available to help motivated users who are actively searching for some form of information.Five people were killed and 10 injured in overnight politically motivated violence in black townships around Johannesburg.highly motivatedOlder students are often highly motivated.Like most epileptics who are surgical candidates, Neil is highly motivated.A highly intelligent, highly motivated, and extremely personable young woman, Crystal has had numerous supports along the way.They are highly motivated and rarely compromise.What theme might we expect to find in the background of some one highly motivated by money over long periods?The take-up has been disappointing in some respects, with the most highly motivated members attending several courses.Through this process of the return to the mean or average, the superbly intelligent, highly motivated race remains an illusion.You go back into concentrated training in the spring highly motivated, starting off from a new plateau.We were highly motivated toward constant improvement because they were improving all the time.
From Longman Business Dictionarymotivatedmo‧ti‧va‧ted /ˈməʊtəveɪtədˈmoʊ-/ adjective1very keen to do something or achieve something, especially because you find it interesting or excitinga highly motivated workforce2financially/commercially etc motivatedFINANCECOMMERCE done for financial etc reasonsThe decision not to renew the player’s contract was financially motivated.
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