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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdynamicdy‧nam‧ic1 /daɪˈnæmɪk/ ●●○ AWL adjective  1 ENERGETICfull of energy and new ideas, and determined to succeed dynamic and ambitious peoplesee thesaurus at energetic2 CHANGE FROM ONE THING TO ANOTHERcontinuously moving or changing a dynamic and unstable process3 HP technical relating to a force or power that causes movementdynamically /-kli/ adverb
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dynamicMarkets are dynamic and a company must learn to adapt.Markets arc dynamic and for ever changing.What this country needs is dynamic and inspiring leadership!Training after a main event should be much less dynamic and should concentrate on improving technique in preparation for the next competition.An ability to model dynamic aspects of literatures mathematically, with good to excellent fits.Robots operating in dynamic environments would need to have an internal model of their world.If the process of storage is more dynamic, perhaps with multiple sites being involved, then the experiment won't work.They must be portable, and so they must be dynamic rather dean static.a dynamic young businesswomanThus, he loses some of his effectiveness with many of the most dynamic young elements in the society.She is clearly a dynamic young woman with big ambitions.