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to take the initiative; to do sth of one's own accord; spontaneous; active; opposite: passive 被动
; drive (of gears and shafts etc)
He displays great initiative in his work.
I just want to be proactive in the things I do: be it my career or helping those around me.
Why not be more proactive, learn about them and connect with them online first?
Once they know what their rights are, they can be more proactive in demanding that these rights are met, " she says.
This sentence is passive in form but active in sense.