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dynamic

adjective uk   /daɪˈnæm.ɪk/ us  

dynamic adjective (FULL OF ENERGY)

B2 having a lot of ideas and enthusiasm: She's young and dynamic and will be a great addition to the team. We need a dynamic expansion of trade with other countries.
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dynamic adjective (CHANGING)

C2 continuously changing or developing: Business innovation is a dynamic process. The situation is dynamic and may change at any time.
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dynamic adjective (RELATING TO MOVEMENT)

specialized physics relating to forces that produce movement: a dynamic force
dynamically
adverb uk   /-ɪ.kəl.i/ us  
dynamically stable
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