HyperDic: dynamic

English > 4 senses of the word dynamic:
ADJECTIVEalldynamic, dynamicalcharacterized by action or forcefulness or force of personality
pertdynamicof or relating to dynamics
alldynamic, active(used of verbs (e.g. 'to run') and participial adjectives (e.g. 'running' in 'running water')) expressing action rather than a state of being
NOUNmotivedynamic, moral forcean efficient incentive
dynamic > pronunciation
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English > dynamic: 4 senses > adjective 1
MeaningCharacterized by action or forcefulness or force of personality.
  • "a dynamic market"
  • "a dynamic speaker"
  • "the dynamic president of the firm"
Narrowercan-domarked by a willingness to tackle a job and get it done
changing, ever-changingmarked by continuous change or effective action
driving, impulsiveHaving the power of driving or impelling
energizing, energising, kineticSupplying motive force
high-octane, high-powered, high-power, high-voltage, high-energyvigorously energetic / energetic or forceful
projectileimpelling or impelled forward
propellant, propellent, propelling, propulsivetending to or capable of propelling
self-propelled, self-propellingMoved forward by its own force or momentum
slashingAs if striking with slashing blows
See alsoenergeticpossessing or exerting or displaying energy
Oppositeundynamic, adynamicCharacterized by an absence of force or forcefulness
Adverbsdynamicallyin a forceful dynamic manner
English > dynamic: 4 senses > adjective 2, pert
MeaningOf or relating to dynamics.
Categoryphysics, natural philosophyThe science of matter and energy and their interactions
Nounsdynamicsthe branch of mechanics concerned with the forces that cause motions of bodies
English > dynamic: 4 senses > adjective 3
Meaning(used of verbs (e.g. 'to run') and participial adjectives (e.g. 'running' in 'running water')) expressing action rather than a state of being.
CategorygrammarThe branch of linguistics that deals with syntax and morphology (and sometimes also deals with semantics)
Oppositestative(used of verbs (e.g. 'be' or 'own') and most participial adjectives) expressing existence or a state rather than an action
Spanishactivo, dinámico
English > dynamic: 4 senses > noun 1, motive
MeaningAn efficient incentive.
Example"they hoped it would act as a spiritual dynamic on all churches"
Synonymmoral force
Broaderincentive, inducement, motivatorA positive motivational influence
Spanishdinámica, energía, fuerza moral, impulso
Catalandinàmica, energia, impuls

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