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Translation of "initiative" - English-Spanish dictionary

initiative

noun   /ɪˈnɪʃ·ə·tɪv/
a plan or activity that is done to solve a problem or improve a situation iniciativa a new government initiative to reduce crime
[no plural] the ability to make decisions and do things without needing to be told what to do iniciativa These people seem to have no initiative.
on your own inititiative
If you do something on your own initiative, you plan it and decide to do it yourself without anyone telling you what to do. por iniciativa propia We need people who can work on their own initiative.
(Definition of initiative from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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