Definition for dynamics (2 of 2)
adjective Also dy·nam·i·cal.
- of or relating to force or power.
- of or relating to force related to motion.
Origin of dynamic
Examples from the Web for dynamics
The original work of Bowen was focused on the dynamics within a nuclear family.
More important than determining who deserved credit is appreciating the dynamics that occur when people share ideas.
The history of a galaxy is also encoded in the dynamics of its stars.
Changing the system that creates these dynamics is a much bigger issue than the climbing business of Mount Everest.
You mean, the dynamics where we haven't won the Presidency in the last two presidential elections?
Dynamics is a branch of the science of mechanics, and a most difficult branch.Invention|Bradley A. Fiske
The principles of dynamics at first appeared to us as experimental truths; but we have been obliged to use them as definitions.
The result was a demonstration of a simple theorem in dynamics.The Price|Francis Lynde
To realise the substantially statical character of his Dynamics, it is only necessary to turn to his chapter xii.The Place of Science in Modern Civilisation and Other Essays|Thorstein Veblen
At the present moment, the world owes them large improvements in dynamics, and in the new uses of steam and iron.Discipline|Charles Kingsley
British Dictionary definitions for dynamics (1 of 2)
- the various degrees of loudness called for in performance
- Also called: dynamic marks, dynamic markings directions and symbols used to indicate degrees of loudness