n. 主动性( initiative的名词复数 ); 主动的行动; 初步; 主动权
An initiative is an important act or statement that is intended to solve a problem.
Government initiatives to help young people have been inadequate...
There's talk of a new peace initiative.
In a fight or contest, if you have the initiative, you are in a better position than your opponents to decide what to do next.
We have the initiative; we intend to keep it...
He paused enough to consider the options but never so long as to lose the initiative.
If you have initiative, you have the ability to decide what to do next and to do it, without needing other people to tell you what to do.
She was disappointed by his lack of initiative.
...workers who are able to sort out problems on their own initiative.
If you take the initiative in a situation, you are the first person to act, and are therefore able to control the situation.
We must take the initiative in the struggle to end the war...
She knew she had to take the initiative and maintain an aggressive game throughout.
They are tireless in thinking up initiatives.
This chapter describes how these initiatives have affected the international trading system and assesses their record.
What are competitive initiatives under way in china now?
Editor - in - Chief : Let's talk about globalization , one of your big initiatives.
Some initiatives propose the repeal of existing state laws.