- 1(Of a process or system) characterized by constant change, activity, or progress: a dynamic economyMore example sentences
- To use a cliché, the only constant in a dynamic economy is change.
- In this context, climate change should be viewed as a dynamic system of atmospheric processes and their products.
- The transaction process is a dynamic system that is composed of the interplay of the three information flows.
- 1.1(Of a person) positive in attitude and full of energy and new ideas: she’s dynamic and determinedMore example sentences
energetic, spirited, active, lively, zestful, vital, vigorous, forceful, powerful, positive; high-powered, aggressive, bold, enterprising; magnetic, passionate, fiery, high-octane• informal go-getting, peppy, full of get-up-and-go, full of vim and vigor, gutsy, gutty, spunky, feisty, go-ahead• vulgar slang ass-kicking
- You are dynamic, forceful and assertive while making new beginnings at work and soft, gentle and loving in personal relationships today.
- Although still only a junior, she was dynamic and powerful, with routines of outstanding difficulty on all four events.
- Yet, they are dynamic and open to assimilate and incorporate new ideas that explain further aspects of change.
- 1.2 Physics Of or relating to forces producing motion. Often contrasted with static.More example sentences
- For Bernoulli's principle to dominate a dynamic situation, friction must be less dominant.
- The primary means by which a fly wing creates aerodynamic force is dynamic stall.
- The water going down your plughole, the planets going around the sun, the electrons spinning around a nucleus, they all reflect the same dynamic tension between opposing forces.
- 1.4Denoting or relating to web pages that update frequently or are generated according to an individual’s search terms: the dynamic content of these sites keeps their audience informed and up to dateMore example sentences
- The sidebar is the place where small, dynamic applications live.
- A CMS system will very often require SEO more than static sites, depending of the dynamic nature of the pages.
- A common problem for sites using databases concerns dynamic urls.
- 1.5 Electronics (Of a memory device) needing to be refreshed by the periodic application of a voltage.More example sentences
- The research produced an article and a patent for a novel type of dynamic computer memory.
- The patent pertains to the method of forming a data storage capacitor with a wide electrode area for dynamic random access memory using double spacers.
- Although not as dense, SRAM is many times faster than dynamic random access memory.
- 2 Music Relating to the volume of sound produced by an instrument, voice, or recording: an astounding dynamic rangeMore example sentences
- Now at the peak of her powers, Zajick can apparently do just about anything she wishes with her voice, at all dynamic levels and throughout her range.
- Even better is the sound, a dynamic, active Dolby Digital 5.1 surround.
- The Dolby Surround audio is also more dynamic than the original stereo broadcast, offering crystal clear dialogue and punchy music.
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- 1A force that stimulates change or progress within a system or process: evaluation is part of the basic dynamic of the projectMore example sentences
- The brief introduction of each individual within the group dynamic adds texture to an uncomplicated tale, and offers multiple opportunities for comedic repartee.
- In addition, bearing in mind one's inherent location within the dynamic of gender relations should inform the way in which one interacts with others, male and female.
- The terrible poverty at the global level he sees as getting worse, with the same dynamic at work within all countries, even industrialised ones.
- 2 Music another term for dynamics ( sense 3).
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- In scientific terms we are complex dynamical systems and this fact affects our observational capacity in a very real way.
- You know, I'm interested in the the dynamical and self-organizing aspects of this phenomenon as well.
- This theory becomes especially interesting when applied to the most sophisticated dynamical system of all - our DNA.
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- As each person moves, this line dynamically changes, maintaining an even distance between the two.
- We plan to dynamically price our entire catalog of music in the future.
- We're changing the set list every night, too, and we're playing just that much more dynamically on the stage.
early 19th century (as a term in physics): from French dynamique, from Greek dunamikos, from dunamis 'power'.