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dynamicsplural noun

 us   /dɑɪˈnæm·ɪks/
forces that ​producemovement or ​change: The ​fight for the ​leadershiprevealed a lot about the group’s dynamics. physics Dynamics is also the ​scientificstudy of the ​forces that ​producemovement. music Dynamics are how ​loud or ​softmusic is ​sung or ​played, or the words and ​signs that show this.
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dynamicsnoun

uk   us   /daɪˈnæm.ɪks/
[plural] forces that ​producemovement: This ​software is used for ​modellingatmospheric dynamics. [plural] forces or ​processes that ​producechange inside a ​group or ​system: The ​fight for the ​leadership gave a ​fascinatinginsight into the group's dynamics. [plural] specialized music changes in ​loudness in a ​piece of ​music [U] specialized physics the ​scientificstudy of the ​forces that ​producemovement
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