proactive

All Adjective Noun
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  • Japan as of now has taken a much more proactive approach to waste management.
  • These rules appear more proactive, because they explicitly take into account possible future events.
  • In the end they become proactive citizens involved in their community.
  • This is the proactive approach to avoid problems being created from the process.
  • Other states have also taken a more proactive stance than the federal government.
  • Patients should know their rights, and be willing to honor themselves by being proactive in their care.
  • He is unlucky at everything he does and is never proactive about anything.
  • More commonly, institutions do not have such proactive programs in place.
  • It was during these years that the university began to become proactive in helping businesses.
  • He supported proactive engagement of the federal government to supply quality housing for the working class.
  • In the proactive mode, an editor must review all contributions before they are made public.
  • Instead, it is a proactive method to reduce or prevent the need for these other methods.
  • It provides a stimulating environment to take proactive care of your own self-development and career path.
  • She also offers advice on how to be smart and proactive about one's health.
  • He argues that government should take a proactive role in promoting strong families.
  • Although the school maintains strong traditional roots it is also proactive in looking to the future.
  • It has also been determined that people have become more proactive in illness prevention and control.
  • Or a proactive service where clients signing up for treatment are offered a call up service.
  • More positive and proactive measures were required to ensure that every individual would have an equal opportunity of success.
  • He liked to get into things and was very proactive.
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Meaning of proactive

  • adjective Descriptive of any event or stimulus or process that has an effect on events or stimuli or processes that occur subsequently
    proactive inhibition, proactive interference