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initiative US English

The ability to assess and initiate things independently

take the initiative in initiative US English

Be the first to take action in a particular situation

take the initiative US English

Be the first to take action in a particular situation

on one's own initiative in initiative US English

Without being prompted by others

on one's own initiative US English

Without being prompted by others

Strategic Defense Initiative US English

A projected US system of defence against nuclear weapons, using satellites armed with lasers to intercept and destroy intercontinental ballistic missiles. The project was renamed the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization in 1993

the initiative in initiative US English

(Especially in some US states and Switzerland) the right of citizens outside the legislature to originate legislation

initiative US Thesaurus

employers are looking for people with initiative

initiative English-Spanish

iniciativa f

Private Finance Initiative English-Spanish

medida para complementar las inversiones en los servicios públicos con las finanzas del sector privado

on one's own initiative in initiative English-Spanish

por iniciativa propia, (de) motu proprio

he's rather low on initiative in low English-Spanish

no tiene mucha iniciativa, le falta iniciativa

the initiative was hardly world-shaking in world-shaking English-Spanish

la iniciativa tuvo escasas repercusiones

the Action Plan, as the new initiative is styled in style English-Spanish

el Plan de Acción, como se ha dado en llamar a la nueva iniciativa

the candidates were tested for their initiative in test English-Spanish

se sometió a los candidatos a una prueba de iniciativa

the job offers tremendous scope for a person with initiative in scope English-Spanish

el puesto ofrece enormes posibilidades a una persona con iniciativa