Definition of 'dynamic'
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HERE'S where the dynamic duo odyssey. The Sun (2016)It is a dynamic and exciting area, but with impressive growth comes speculation about the future. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If your relationship is going to thrive, this dynamic needs to change. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Could that be recouped, making the economy more dynamic? Times, Sunday Times (2017)It would change the dynamic of who I am on the panel. The Sun (2016)Evidently, a combination of huge ambition and dynamic creative power is boiling up across the Atlantic. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Everyone knows how difficult it is to disturb the ecological balance of a family dynamic, but you need to find a way to challenge your father. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The sibling dynamic is the one we most take for granted. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You will have to change the family dynamic. The Sun (2014)Why let such thoughts intrude in an office that otherwise sees you as a dynamic force? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Wolves were dynamic and energetic and our keeper needed to be good. The Sun (2007)But do the dynamic duo have all the right ingredients to find the culprit? The Sun (2015)Knowledge is a dynamic process not a static entity. Critical Social Research (1990)It was full of dynamic football and energy. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The film captures an unusual dynamic between young and old. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Will the dynamic of the group be affected? Times, Sunday Times (2010)We do not know what it feels like to be in a dynamic economy. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Today we can find churches known for strong teaching or dynamic worship or social justice or evangelism. Christianity Today (2000)This dynamic new you impresses the bosses. The Sun (2009)This is an amazingly exciting and dynamic field to be working in. The Sun (2015)The two governments need to change that dynamic. Times, Sunday Times (2015)What strikes me is that the dynamic of your family is skewed. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And the listener feels swept into the piano when sudden waves of dynamic force engulf the auditorium. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The dynamic power of trade is one way of turning this around. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This can lead to imaginative and dynamic solutions that result in the feeling of a whole new house. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The dynamic duo attacked all the fences and turning into the straight it would have taken an earthquake to defeat them. The Sun (2015)It would also lack the focus of a single, dynamic personality. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Where we have options, we want to use the options to ensure we are always energetic and dynamic. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is hoped the project will produce more dynamic images of the brain and enable researchers to understand better how humans think, learn and remember. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We now have a new boss who is dynamic and ambitious; she wants to get rid of dead wood and has asked me to name names. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'dynamic'
British English: dynamic /daɪˈnæmɪk/ ADJECTIVE
A dynamic person is full of energy; used showing approval.
...a dynamic and energetic leader.
- American English: dynamic
- Arabic: ديناميكيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: dinâmico
- Chinese: 有活力的
- Croatian: dinamičan
- Czech: dynamický
- Danish: dynamisk
- Dutch: dynamisch
- European Spanish: dinámico
- Finnish: dynaaminen
- French: dynamique
- German: dynamisch
- Greek: δυναμικός
- Italian: dinamico
- Japanese: 活動的な
- Korean: 동적인
- Norwegian: dynamisk
- Polish: dynamiczny
- European Portuguese: dinâmico
- Romanian: dinamic
- Russian: динамичный
- Spanish: dinámico
- Swedish: dynamisk
- Thai: เต็มไปด้วยพลังและความคิดสร้างสรรค์
- Turkish: dinamik
- Ukrainian: динамічний
- Vietnamese: năng động
British English: dynamic NOUN
The dynamic of a system or process is the force that causes it to change or progress.
The dynamic of the market demands constant change and adjustment.
Definition of dynamic from the Collins English Dictionary
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