go-getting


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go-getting

[ˈgəʊgetɪŋ] ADJdispuesto, resuelto

go-getting

adj (inf) personaufstrebend
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Just as you might expect, the chaps have created a suitably rugged, go-getting and outdoorsy scent of smoky woods, hot spice, leather, fern and basil.
Set during World War Two, go-getting Nancy is no shrinking Violet.
I'd like to stay friends, but I just need a more go-getting and interesting lover.
Thirdly, Webster's proposes that ambition is "a desire for activity or exertion," or, in the words of my handy Microsoft Word thesaurus, "determined, go-getting, ruthless, striving, pushy, motivated.
Like every go-getting Aries, action is the key to success.