from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal An enterprising person.
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- n. One who is motivated or inclined to excel; one who strives to achieve success or improvement.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a person disposed to initiate action, rather than take instructions; an enterprising person; a person with a strong drive to accomplish useful goals; especially, one whose career progresses rapidly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone whose career progresses rapidly
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"Mark is a go-getter," defensive coordinator Perry Fewell said.
But they sure turned Belit into a spicy rough-n-tumble go-getter, eh?
Erma is a go-getter who chases every sailor in sight and has them dancing to her tune -- so why is she handed around like a parcel during her one chance to shine on "Buddie?"
She lost almost 100 pounds by herself before she came back and ... to see her and get to know her — she's an amazing go-getter.
Fifteen year-old Zeke is portrayed as a young, independent go-getter.
The Rachel Dunne/Hollywood actress subplot was kind of stupid and boiled down to her just being a slutty go-getter.
You thought you married one man -- a smart, ambitious, caring go-getter that you thought you could share a loving and fascinating life with.
Anyhow she seems like she was the type of woman who was a go-getter in her day, and who knew what she wanted and how to get it.
I work hard to balance my go-getter mentality with my "sit back and RECEIVE" approach to life.
This unofficial cultural hostess of the Meatpacking District, CFDA President-Elect, and CFDA Lifetime Achievement Award winner isn't resting on her laurels, but continuing to expand her brand's clothes, accessories, shoes, bags, cosmetics, and swimwear (sold in 56 countries) at a pace that would kill a vigorous go-getter half her age.