In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person) emprendedor(person) con iniciativa(plan/venture) que demuestra iniciativait was very enterprising of her to write to the chairman — demostró mucha iniciativa al escribirle al presidente
- An enterprising teacher has been recognised for her skills in the classroom.
- Some of his shots were little more than slogging but none could question his bold and enterprising approach.
- This was a group of enterprising employees doing a spoof of their office.
- Other enterprising Brits have also gone into business in the area.
- To a contrary effect, the press has grown far more enterprising as it has become much more difficult to keep in line.
- He recounts all of this blithely, but the work was both dangerous and enterprising.
- If only kids elsewhere displayed that kind of enterprising spirit.
- What this team of enterprising young men do is to bring together components and assemble units at their place.
- That, of course, means more mature politicians and enterprise agencies who are actually enterprising.
- However, he was able to draw around him others with an enterprising spirit.
- The Scottish film industry may be small, but is recognised globally as creative, enterprising and skilled.
- Unemployed and facing the dole queue, this enterprising young man decided to set up his own business.
- Pearson was an enterprising individual and demonstrated great conviction in his way-out proposal.
- Do you suppose some enterprising journalist might now ask to have a look at the whole journal?
- Last year, for example, some enterprising young chaps went off to the Mount Everest base camp!
- How refreshing it was to meet such enterprising and caring youngsters who care for their community and enjoy improving it.
- They've got some big-hearted kids and one or two talented players, and they were enterprising.
- It is also credited to his enterprising spirit that many such dreams are materialised.
- Then the questions of how we achieve an enterprising and dynamic Scotland become more obvious and the answers simpler.
- Much more attention needs to be given to encouraging enterprising attitudes in young people and their teachers.
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