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Adjective: dynamic  dI'na-mik
  1. Characterized by action, forcefulness or force of personality
    "a dynamic speaker"; "the dynamic president of the firm"; "a dynamic market";
    - dynamical
     
  2. (physics) of or relating to dynamics
     
  3. (grammar) expressing action rather than a state of being
    - active
     
  4. Able to change and adapt; changing constantly
Noun: dynamic  dI'na-mik
  1. An efficient incentive
    "they hoped it would act as a spiritual dynamic on all churches";
    - moral force
     
  2. A characteristic or manner of an interaction; a behaviour
    "Watch the dynamic between the husband and wife"; "The story is about a child who makes a friend and how the dynamic of their play evolves"
     
  3. (music) varying loudness of sound; markings in a musical score that indicates the desired level of volume
    - dynamics

Derived forms: dynamics

See also: can-do, changing, driving, energetic, energising [Brit], energizing, ever-changing, high-energy, high-octane, high-power, high-powered, high-voltage, impulsive, kinetic, projectile, propellant, propellent, propelling, propulsive, self-propelled, self-propelling, slashing

Type of: incentive, inducement, motivator

Antonym: undynamic

Encyclopedia: Dynamic