dynamic - definition and synonyms


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  1. 1
    very lively and enthusiastic, with a lot of energy and determination

    Profits have doubled under his dynamic leadership.

    We’re looking for someone positive and dynamic.

  2. 2
    continuously changing, growing, or developing

    The IT sector is fast-growing and dynamic.

    A relationship between two people is a dynamic process.

  3. 4
    linguistics used for describing verbs likelisten’, ‘talk’, or ‘go’ that deal with actions as opposed to verbs likeknow’ or ‘own’ that deal with states
    See also stative

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