Dynamic - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- of or relating to dynamics
- (used of verbs (e.g. `to run') and participial adjectives (e.g. `running' in `running water')) expressing action rather than a state of being (syn: active)
the dynamic between a doctor and a patient
Group dynamics are important to consider.
The dynamics of this class are different from those of other classes.
Disease was a central dynamic in the decrease in population.
a study on famine and population dynamics
She regards class conflict as a central dynamic of historical change.
In a dynamic market demand and supply conditions are continually changing.
they hoped it would act as a spiritual dynamic on all churches
the dynamic president of the firm
... tournament blackjack is more dynamic, and more complex, than simply playing against the house.
The new dynamic duo have little in common but a bright orange ball.
I smell again the peculiar and dynamic smell of Gillespie's science room.
...the film's dazzling pyrotechnics, including dynamic editing and fluid cinematography, make it a favorite of cinephiles...
Sales rep needs to be outgoing and dynamic.
He was a dynamic personality in the business world.