Meaning of DYNAMIC in English

DYNAMIC

transcription, транскрипция: [ daɪnæmɪk ]

( dynamics)

1.

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...

ADJ [ approval ]

• dy‧nami‧cal‧ly

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

ADV : ADV adj / -ed , ADV after v

2.

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.

ADJ [ approval ]

3.

A dynamic process is one that constantly changes and progresses.

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

≠ static

ADJ

• dy‧nami‧cal‧ly

Germany has a dynamically growing market at home.

ADV : usu ADV adj / -ed

4.

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...

N-COUNT : usu with supp

5.

The dynamics of a situation or group of people are the opposing forces within it that cause it to change.

...the dynamics of the social system...

N-PLURAL : usu with supp

6.

Dynamics are forces which produce power or movement. ( TECHNICAL )

N-UNCOUNT

7.

Dynamics is the scientific study of motion, energy, and forces.

N-UNCOUNT

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