can-do

adjective
\ˈkan-ˈdü \

Definition of can-do 

: characterized by eager willingness to accept and meet challenges a can-do attitude

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can-do-ism \-​ˌi-​zəm \ noun

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1926, in the meaning defined above

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can-do

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of can-do

: having or showing an ability to do difficult things

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