man of action
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British pronunciation/mˈan wˈʊmən ɒv ˈakʃən/
American pronunciation/mˈæn wˈʊmən ʌv ˈækʃən/
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a person who actually gets things done instead of just talking about them

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(man|woman) of action definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "man of action" and when to use it?

The phrase "man of action" originated from the admiration of practicality and decisive behavior. It refers to someone, regardless of gender, who takes immediate and proactive steps to achieve their goals. It can be used to commend someone's ability to make quick decisions and drive projects forward, both in professional and personal settings.

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As a CEO, Sarah is a woman of action.
When faced with a crisis, James proved himself to be a man of action.
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