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dynamic US English

(Of a process or system) characterized by constant change, activity, or progress

dynamic range US English

The range of acceptable or possible volumes of sound occurring in the course of a piece of music or a performance

dynamic pricing US English

The practice of pricing items at a level determined by a particular customer’s perceived ability to pay

dynamic viscosity US English

A quantity measuring the force needed to overcome internal friction in a fluid

dynamic equilibrium US English

A state of balance between continuing processes

dynamic metamorphism US English

Metamorphism produced by mechanical forces

dynamic US Thesaurus

he was eclipsed by his more dynamic colleagues

dynamic English-Spanish

dinámico

she's a very dynamic lady in lady English-Spanish

es una mujer muy dinámica