can-do definition

  • adjective:
    • Casual Marked by a willingness to handle a job and get it done: "the city's indomitable optimism and can-do spirit” ( Christian Science Track).
    • confident and ready to get a job done.
    • having an eager determination to simply accept and overcome difficulties.
    • marked by a willingness to deal with employment to get it done
    • Informal Marked by a willingness to tackle a job and acquire it done: "the city's indomitable optimism and can-do character” ( Christian Science Track).
    • confident and willing to get employment done.
    • having an eager readiness to simply accept and conquer difficulties.
    • marked by a willingness to tackle employment and get it done
  • noun:
    • A measure of length used in Goa, previously equal to 47 English inches, the good news is usually taken as add up to the Portuguese vara (43.2 inches).
    • a way of measuring size found in Goa, formerly corresponding to 47 English inches, nevertheless now frequently taken as corresponding to the Portuguese vara (43.2 ins).

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