pertaining to or characterized by energy or effective action; vigorously active or forceful; energetic: the dynamic president of the firm.
of or relating to force or power.
of or relating to force related to motion.
pertaining to the science of dynamics.
of or relating to the range of volume of musical sound.
Digital Technology. (of data storage, processing, or programming) affected by the passage of time or the presence or absence of power: Dynamic memory must be constantly refreshed to avoid losing data.Dynamic websites contain web pages that are generated in real time.
a basic or dynamic force, especially one that motivates, affects development or stability, etc.
- dy·nam·i·cal·ly, adverb
- non·dy·nam·ic, adjective
- non·dy·nam·i·cal, adjective
- non·dy·nam·i·cal·ly, adverb
- un·dy·nam·ic, adjective
- un·dy·nam·i·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use dynamic in a sentence
Republicans benefit from similar dynamics in states across the country.
These are modest changes but mirror dynamic and changing consumer behavior in the market.Google boosting visibility of ‘nearby’ product inventory with new Shopping features | Greg Sterling | September 16, 2020 | Search Engine Land
Because of that dynamic, you’re going to see just dramatic change in the industry.Momofuku’s David Chang on the big changes the restaurant industry needs to make to survive | Beth Kowitt | September 14, 2020 | Fortune
In more traditional workplaces, this power dynamic is still there.Book recommendations from Fortune’s 40 under 40 in government and policy | Rachel King | September 10, 2020 | Fortune
Still, when taking into account search volumes, year over year trends that influence the past data, and dynamic changing CTRs, you show much work and thought goes into the process.SEO proposals: Particular challenges and how to avoid getting a silent no | SEOmonitor | September 10, 2020 | Search Engine Watch
I invite you to reflect on the actual power dynamic between Christians and LGBT people in our society.Do LGBTs Owe Christians an Olive Branch? Try The Other Way Around | Jay Michaelson | December 14, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Nowhere is this new family dynamic more apparent than around the holidays.
What is much more important than these numbers is an internal dynamic for which there are no statistics.
Sometimes everything wrong with a larger dynamic is captured in one small interaction.
The church apparently understands this dynamic, at least to a point.
Abner stiffened, grew tense, as one becomes at the moment of bursting into dynamic action, but he did not stir.Scattergood Baines | Clarence Budington Kelland
One was an irruptive craving within him to take some part in the dynamic activities of the surrounding world.Average Jones | Samuel Hopkins Adams
To form, the dynamic element or principle, it owed all its individuating qualities.Education: How Old The New | James J. Walsh
Misapprehending all, he was yet unconsciously the first experimenter in what we, for convenience, designate dynamic electricity.Steam Steel and Electricity | James W. Steele
What we know as the dynamic branch of the subject was created by the investigations of Faraday; induction was its mother.Steam Steel and Electricity | James W. Steele
British Dictionary definitions for dynamic
of or concerned with energy or forces that produce motion, as opposed to static
of or concerned with dynamics
Also: dynamical characterized by force of personality, ambition, energy, new ideas, etc
music of, relating to, or indicating dynamics: dynamic marks
computing (of a memory) needing its contents refreshed periodically: Compare static (def. 8)
- dynamically, adverb
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Scientific definitions for dynamic
Relating to energy or to objects in motion. Compare static.
Relating to the study of dynamics.
Characterized by continuous change or activity.
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