Can do

can-do

1. adjective Having the ability to take action and persevere through challenges. In this usage, the phrase is usually hyphenated. With her can-do attitude, Jeannie will have much success in life.
2. expression Yes I can. A: "Will you take this report to accounting for me?" B: "Can do!"

Can do.

I can definitely do it. (The opposite of No can do.) Jane: Will you be able to get this finished by quitting time today? Alice: Can do. Leave it to me. Bob: Can you get this pack of papers over to the lawyer's office by noon? Bill: Can do. I'm leaving now. Bye.
See also: can
References in classic literature ?
"She says we can do nothing to oppose our enemies," announced the Tin Woodman.
This makes it a cause for congratulation that by modern methods a very few men can do the painfully necessary work of head-cracking for the whole of the cultured world.
That's all I can do. Because these things, you could be going well and something might happen.
"We've lost a lot of players but every year we've put a team together strong enough to play in the Premiership so I have confidence we can do that again."
"Surely there's something I can do with it." Her favorite concoctions?
If you're new to canning and are hoping to learn how, let me encourage you by saying that you can do it.
"We are at home and have to all believe we can do something positive."
Let's see what you can do to spark up the tofu in your life.
We don't have the political will - or the landfill crisis - that would lead to mandates, but we can do a lot incrementally."
In fact, once they've seen what computers can do for them, even some of the most "computer-phobic" staffers have ended up wanting to do more and more with them.
But the truth is, anyone who can boil water (and has half a lick of sense) can do it with no problem.
You can do something about it or do nothing,' Crandall says.
Beer in a can does not have any yeast left in it after boiling so there is nothing left to ferment.