Translation of can-do in Spanish:


dinámico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌkænˈdu/


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    • The can-do attitude that she and other migrants display, the determination to make something of their life in the north, puts the squabbling locals to shame.
    • Now that he's in charge, he's forcing a can-do attitude on a bureaucracy that's unaccustomed to a leader who actually expects results.
    • Ramsey's can-do attitude, combined with high academic marks, recently won him some high-powered help towards reaching his goals.
    • She's a buxom lady with deft fingers and a can-do attitude, and we find her huddled over a clay screen at the village hall in Litton, one of the happiest little hamlets in the Peak District.
    • He impressed everyone with his spirit, cheerfulness and can-do attitude, and was an inspiration to other children, said Mrs Sinker.
    • Mercury's passage through practical Virgo is giving you a can-do attitude.
    • Positive energy, ambition and a can-do attitude is visible on many faces.
    • There is a can-do attitude here and now a lot of people are choosing to restore the crofts instead of going into modern-built houses.
    • He has just been elected, having spent years as commander of the Baltic Fleet, and seems to have a can-do military attitude.
    • His can-do attitude spurred him on and he took part-time work to get by while continuing to write songs.
    • Murphy attributes his outgoing, can-do attitude in part to his family.
    • It is this can-do attitude that the Gujaratis have carried with them to different parts of the globe.
    • The generosity and can-do attitude of people such as Kenneth Branagh and Dame Judi Dench is always amazing.
    • What most people seem to really want is a kind and benevolent laird with a can-do attitude and deep pockets.
    • Hmas Tobruk's renowned can-do attitude came to the fore when a remote coastal landing was in jeopardy last month because of ill-tempered tides.
    • They make a good farm team because they share a can-do attitude, they're forward thinking and always curious about finding ways to farm better.
    • It's an army completely lacking a can-do attitude.
    • They combine the work ethic of Baby Boomers with the can-do attitude of Veterans and the technological savvy of Generation Xers.
    • The executives that I met with impressed me with their drive, intelligence, business savvy and can-do attitude.
    • If you have a can-do attitude, too, we want to hear from you!