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English definition of “dynamic”

dynamic

adjective
 
 
/daɪˈnæmɪk/
having a lot of ideas, energy, and enthusiasm: He was seen as young and dynamic compared to his predecessor. You must be prepared to be part of an energetic and dynamic team. dynamic leadership/management
always changing and developing: a dynamic economy/environment/market Technology is dynamic, because people discover and develop it in their own ways using their own unique skills.
(Definition of dynamic adjective from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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