Gung-ho/ˈɡʌŋˈhoʊ/ is an English term with the current meaning of "enthusiastic" or "overzealous". It is an anglicised pronunciation of "gōng hé" (工合), which is also sometimes anglicised as "kung-ho". "Gōng hé" is a shortened version of the term "gōngyè hézuòshè" (工業合作社) or Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, which was abbreviated as Indusco in English. The two Chinese characters "gōng" and "hé" mean respectively "work" and "together".
But his own advisers seem much less gung-ho, at least for now.
但是，他的顾问就没有那么起劲了，至少现在是这样。 雷蒙德 article.yeeyan.org
It’s easy to get gung-ho about a new plan; in that first flush of motivation, you feel so determinedthat you can’t imagine failing.
While the ad-tracking company Deutsch uses, ARC, said the commercial was the highest rateddomestic ad it had ever tested, outsiders weren't so gung-ho.