proactively

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Positive
proactively

Comparative
more proactively

Superlative
most proactively

  1. When you do something proactively, you do it ahead of time, because that will help prevent or solve a problem.
    Our school started a program that proactively identifies students that might need extra help. This works much better than waiting for a student to have problems learning before we try to help.
    When she was too sick to work, Siobhan worried that she would forget her job skills. So she proactively studied and practiced those skills to keep herself from forgetting them.

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