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Spanish translation of “dynamic”

dynamic

adjective /daiˈnӕmik/
concerned with force
dinámico
dynamic pressure.
(of a person) forceful and very energetic
dinámico
She was impressed by his dynamic personality.
dynamically adverb
dinámicamente
The role was acted dynamically with a full range of emotion.
dynamism noun the quality of having great energy and enthusiasm
Dinaminsimo
His dynamism was one of his main strengths as a leader.
dynamics noun singular the science that deals with movement and force
dinámica
the dynamics of aeroplane/airplane flight.
(Definition of dynamic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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