electrodynamic

[ih-lek-troh-dahy-nam-ik]
Also e·lec·tro·dy·nam·i·cal.

Origin of electrodynamic

First recorded in 1820–30; electro- + dynamic
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electrodynamic

adjective
  1. operated by an electromotive force between current-carrying coilsan electrodynamic wattmeter
  2. of or relating to electrodynamics
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electrodynamic in Science

electrodynamic

[ĭ-lĕk′trō-dī-nămĭk]
  1. Related to or employing the effects of changing electric and magnetic fields, along with the forces and motions those fields induce on objects with electric charge. Compare electrostatic.
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