- If something is dynamic, it is changing, usually quickly.
- Communication is a dynamic process in which the changing situation affects what you say and how you say it.
- If someone is dynamic, they take charge and get things done; they have a lot of energy.
- He was a good worker, but often unnoticed because of his more dynamic coworkers.
- Picasso obviously had a more forceful and dynamic personality than Braque.
- (physics) of or about motion
- We tested the bar's strength in both static and dynamic tests.
- (grammar) A dynamic verb describes an action with a clear end point.
- Dynamic, but not stative, verbs can take progressive aspect.
- (usually plural) The dynamics of a situation or group are the ways in which everything effects everything else.
- We talk about what doctor should do without any real understanding of the dynamics of the doctor-patient relationship.
- Team dynamics also have an influence on the outcomes and the contribution of members.
- (uncountable); (physics) Dynamics is a kind of mathematics that deals with motion and forces that cause changes in a system.
- They built a computer model based on the mathematics of fluid dynamics.
- (plural only) Dynamics are changes in the loudness of music.
- The dynamics of the performance are lost in this poor recording.
- (singular) A dynamic is a force that causes change.
- This is where we need the dynamic of God's transforming presence.
- This view puts the dynamic of police racism in the norms and values through which the police define their roles.