dynamic


dynamic
[[t]daɪnæ̱mɪk[/t]]
dynamics
1) ADJ-GRADED (approval) If you describe someone as dynamic, you approve of them because they are full of energy or full of new and exciting ideas.

He seemed a dynamic and energetic leader...

Marcus was handsome, dynamic and ambitious.

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dynamically [[t]daɪnæ̱mɪkli[/t]] ADV-GRADED ADV adj/-ed, ADV after v

He's one of the most dynamically imaginative jazz pianists still functioning.

2) ADJ-GRADED (approval) If you describe something as dynamic, you approve of it because it is very active and energetic.

South Asia continues to be the most dynamic economic region in the world.

...90 minutes of dynamic Indian folk dance.

3) ADJ A dynamic process is one that constantly changes and progresses.

...a dynamic, evolving worldwide epidemic...

Political debate is dynamic.

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Derived words:
dynamically ADV usu ADV adj/-ed

Germany has a dynamically growing market at home.

4) N-COUNT: usu with supp The dynamic of a system or process is the force that causes it to change or progress.

The dynamic of the market demands constant change and adjustment...

Politics has its own dynamic.

5) N-PLURAL: usu with supp The dynamics of a situation or group of people are the opposing forces within it that cause it to change.

What is needed is insight into the dynamics of the social system...

The interchange of ideas aids an understanding of family dynamics.

6) N-UNCOUNT Dynamics are forces which produce power or movement. [TECHNICAL]

Scientists observe the same dynamics in fluids.

7) N-UNCOUNT Dynamics is the scientific study of motion, energy, and forces.

His idea was to apply geometry to dynamics.


English dictionary. 2008.

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  • dynamic — live, *active, operative Analogous words: potent, forceful, forcible, *powerful: intense, vehement, fierce, exquisite, violent: vitalizing, energizing, activating (see VITALIZE) …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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