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adjective assiduous, at work, busily emmloyed, busily engaged, busy, effective, effectual, efficient, energetic, enterprising, functioning, impiger, in a state of action, in actual process, in operation, in practice, industrious, industrius, navus, operant, performing, sedulous, trenchant, vigorous, working
Associated concepts: active concealment, active negligence, active participant, active tort feasor, active trust, active wrongdoing, passive negligence, passive tort feasor
See also: alert, conscious, effective, expeditious, fervent, industrious, moving, operative, potent, rapid, responsive, sedulous, vigilant, volatile, zealous

ACTIVE. The opposite, of passive. We say active debts, or debts due to us; passive debts are those we owe.

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The biggest fund family losers were Fidelity Investments, which saw outflows of $40 billion in its actively managed funds -- though inflows of $51.
Among them, 54, 9% are male, 45,1% are female; 53,2% are at the ages of 16-17; 38, 9% are at the ages of 14-15; 7, 9% are at the age of 18 andabove; 33,6% are at the 9 class, 30,3 are at the 10th class, 20, 6% are at the 12th class, 15, 5% are at the 11 class; 30% do sports actively, and 70% do not do sports actively (Table 1).
index funds) to the exclusion of actively managed funds reflects an increasing, but mistaken, belief among plan fiduciaries that they will avoid fiduciary liability under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).
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Though engaged employees are emotionally invested in creating value for their organizations, actively disengaged workers spread discord among colleagues and customers and thwart organizational performance.
Hundreds of thousands jobless Bulgarians willing to work do not actively seek a job, according to data by Eurostat for 2012.