Dynamic

Changing over time; in contrast to static.

dynamic

[adj] - (physics) of or relating to dynamics 2. [adj] - characterized by action or forcefulness or force of personality
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dynamic

dynamical adjective characterized by action or forcefulness or force of personality; `a dynamic market`; `a dynamic speaker`; `the dynamic president of the firm`
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Dynamic

For option strategies, describing analyses made during the course of changing security prices and during the passage of time. This is as opposed to an analysis made at expiration of the options used in the strategy. A dynamic break-even point is one that changes as time passes. A dynamic follow-up action is one that will change as either the securi...
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dynamic

means 'changing over time'.
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dynamic

(di-nam´ik) pertaining to or manifesting force.
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Dynamic

• (a.) Alt. of Dynamical
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Dynamic

Moonstone's name for a highly abrasion-resistant 70-denier nylon. Used to reinforce Gore-Tex outerwear.
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Dynamic

refers to something that is in motion.
Found on http://www.empiremagnetics.com/glossary/glossary.htm#A

DYNAMIC

Giving an effect of movement, vitality, or energy.
Found on http://www.modernsculpture.com/glossary.htm

dynamic

(mechanics) An measure of how a mechanic (player action) affects the various elements, systems, or properties in a game. According to the form of the game world and the mechanic, does the world react as expected? Are the effects of the mechanic special cases or do the resulting actions continue to effect the game world?
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dynamic

something that is done as the program runs rather than by the compiler before the program runs.
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Dynamic

(s) when used as a dance term it expresses the way in which shape of movement is executed (see effort qualities too). From the point of view of Rudolph Laban effort’s theory, there would be four main factors that make up the dynamics of movement
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dynamic

characterized by action or forcefulness of personality
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