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Origin of gung-ho
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Example sentences from the Web for gung-ho
Now it's true, he makes no campaign contributions, so he's obviously not a gung-ho big-P Political Republican.Donald Sterling and the Neverending Fantasy of ‘Democrat’ Racism|Michael Tomasky|April 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The gung-ho stimulators have leaned heavily on their faith in stable, predictable, and sizeable short-term Keynesian multipliers.
This would not be the last time he began a Web venture with gung-ho spirit and left it with a shrug.
British Dictionary definitions for gung-ho
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Cultural definitions for gung-ho
Extremely enthusiastic or zealous: “He was gung-ho about going on a vacation to the beach.”
Idioms and Phrases with gung-ho
Also, gung-ho. Extremely enthusiastic or dedicated, as in She was gung ho about her new job. This expression was introduced in 1942 as a training slogan for a U.S. Marine battalion, derived from what an American officer thought were Mandarin Chinese words for “work together.” It was actually an abbreviation for the name of Chinese industrial cooperatives.