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1. dynamic

adjective. ['daɪˈnæmɪk'] characterized by action or forcefulness or force of personality.

Synonyms

  • high-energy
  • propellent
  • high-octane
  • dynamical
  • propelling
  • high-voltage
  • changing
  • energizing
  • energising
  • high-powered
  • high-power
  • projectile
  • self-propelled
  • driving
  • impulsive
  • ever-changing
  • can-do
  • energetic
  • kinetic
  • self-propelling
  • propellant
  • propulsive

Antonyms

  • lethargic
  • low-tension
  • inactivity
  • unpowered

Etymology

  • dynamique (French)
  • δυναμικός (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

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How do you pronounce dynamic?

Pronounce dynamic as daɪˈnæmɪk.

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Example sentences of the word dynamic


1. Adjective
Yet the city consists of a relatively young population with a healthy and dynamic economy.

Quotes containing the word dynamic


1. Since we launched the original 'Pop Idol' in England, I've remained close with Simon Fuller. Working as executive producer on 'American idol' for its first seven years not only was an inspirational journey into the heart of American pop culture, it opened my eyes to the untapped potential of the incredibly dynamic young people in this world.
- Nigel Lythgoe

2. If you want to be a grocer, or a general, or a politician, or a judge, you will invariably become it; that is your punishment. If you never know what you want to be, if you live what some might call the dynamic life but what I will call the artistic life, if each day you are unsure of who you are and what you know you will never become anything, and that is your reward.
- Oscar Wilde

3. He was becoming unstuck, he was sure of that - his bones were no longer wrapped in flesh but in clouds of dust, in hummingbirds, dragonflies, and luminous moths - but so perfect was his equilibrium that he felt no fear. He was vast, he was many, he was dynamic, he was eternal.
- Tom Robbins, Jitterbug Perfume

2. dynamic

noun. ['daɪˈnæmɪk'] an efficient incentive.

Synonyms

  • moral force
  • motivator
  • inducement

Antonyms

  • nonmoving
  • cautious
  • nonarbitrary
  • induced

Etymology

  • dynamique (French)
  • δυναμικός (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

3. dynamic

adjective. ['daɪˈnæmɪk'] (used of verbs (e.g. to run') and participial adjectives (e.g.running' in `running water')) expressing action rather than a state of being.

Antonyms

  • inefficient

Etymology

  • dynamique (French)
  • δυναμικός (Ancient Greek (to 1453))
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