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dynamics

noun uk   /daɪˈnæm.ɪks/ us  
[plural] forces that produce movement: This software is used for modelling atmospheric dynamics.Particular theories and concepts in physics [plural] forces or processes that produce change inside a group or system: The fight for the leadership gave a fascinating insight into the group's dynamics.Energy, force and powerPower and intensity [plural] specialized music changes in loudness in a piece of musicTechnical music terms [U] specialized physics the scientific study of the forces that produce movementPhysics in general
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