dynamic Definition

  • 1characterized by constant change, activity, or progress
  • 2relating to the volume of sound produced by an instrument, voice, or recording

Using dynamic: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "dynamic" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The dynamic nature of the stock market makes it difficult to predict.

  • Example

    The dynamic duo worked together to solve the problem.

  • Example

    The dynamic range of the music was impressive.

  • Example

    The team's dynamic changed after the new member joined.

dynamic Synonyms and Antonyms

Idioms Using dynamic

  • a pair of people who work together effectively to achieve a common goal


    The dynamic duo of Batman and Robin fought crime together in Gotham City.

  • the difference between the quietest and loudest sounds that can be produced by an instrument, voice, or recording


    The dynamic range of the orchestra was impressive, with soft whispers and booming crescendos.

  • a situation in which opposing forces or ideas create energy and movement


    The dynamic tension between the two characters created a compelling storyline.

Phrases with dynamic

  • a state of balance between continuing processes


    The ecosystem maintains a dynamic equilibrium between predator and prey populations.

  • a type of microphone that uses a moving coil to convert sound waves into electrical signals


    The singer preferred using a dynamic microphone for live performances.

  • dynamic pricing

    a pricing strategy in which prices are adjusted in real-time based on supply and demand


    The airline uses dynamic pricing to adjust ticket prices based on the number of seats available.

Origins of dynamic

from French 'dynamique', from Greek 'dunamikos', from 'dunamis' meaning 'power'


Summary: dynamic in Brief

The term 'dynamic' [dʌɪˈnæmɪk] refers to constant change, activity, or progress. It can describe anything from a fluctuating stock market to the energetic collaboration of a 'dynamic duo.' 'Dynamic' also relates to sound, as in 'dynamic range,' and pricing, as in 'dynamic pricing.' The idiom 'dynamic tension' describes the energy created by opposing forces or ideas.

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