- 01. Anna is a very [dynamic] teacher, and the students love her classes.02. You should try to change the format of your presentation to be a bit more [dynamic].03. James is just the sort of motivated, [dynamic] person we need on our sales team.04. The [dynamic] economy of the U. S. is the envy of the world.05. People in this generation need to be able to adapt to change quickly because of the [dynamic] nature of technological change in modern society.06. Family [dynamics] in my culture have changed considerably over the last generation as women have begun to enter the workforce.07. The presence of a woman on our management team appears to have made the [dynamic] of the group a little less confrontational.08. The [dynamically] expanding high-tech industry has been fuelling the economy of this region for the past decade.09. This company has a reputation for innovation and [dynamism] in the software development industry.10. The economy of this country was very [dynamic] in the post-war period of the 1950s.11. He's certainly an intelligent, thoughtful individual, but we need someone a little more [dynamic] to lead us into the next election.12. Since World War Two, Japan has been able to reconstruct itself into one of the most [dynamic] economies in the world.13. Evelyn Waugh once suggested that instead of this absurd division into sexes, they ought to class people as static and [dynamic].14. Suzanne Langer once remarked that every artistic form reflects the [dynamism] that is constantly building up the life of feeling.15. Kenneth Hildebrand once observed that strong lives are motivated by [dynamic] purposes.16. John Locke once remarked, "That which is static and repetitive is boring. That which is [dynamic] and random is confusing. In between lies art."17. Man's view of the earth and the [dynamics] of how it changes is seen by some scientists as one the most significant advances of our century.18. The more than 500 active volcanoes on earth testify to the [dynamics] of our planet.19. Our earth functions as a [dynamic] system on a scale which many may find difficult to grasp.20. The earth is a [dynamic] planet which has been forever changing throughout time.21. Bill is a very [dynamic] speaker; his presentations are always interesting and passionate.22. I enjoy [dynamic] courses where the teacher is always introducing new ideas and activities.
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Dynamic — Dy*nam ic, Dynamical Dy*nam ic*al, a. [Gr. ? powerful, fr. ? power, fr. ? to be able; cf. L. durus hard, E. dure: cf. F. dynamique.] 1. Of or pertaining to dynamics; belonging to energy or power; characterized by energy or production of force.… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Dynamic C.C. — Dynamic Country Club Dynamic Country Club Date de sortie 1991 Genre Sport (golf) Mode de jeu Un à quatre joueur(s) Plate forme Mega CD, arcade Média CD Contrô … Wikipédia en Français
dynamic — [dī nam′ik] adj. [Fr dynamique < Gr dynamikos < dynamis, power, strength < dynasthai, to be able] 1. relating to an object, or objects, in motion: opposed to STATIC 2. energetic; vigorous; forceful 3. relating to or tending toward change … English World dictionary
Dynamic — Dynamic. См. Динамический. (Источник: «Металлы и сплавы. Справочник.» Под редакцией Ю.П. Солнцева; НПО Профессионал , НПО Мир и семья ; Санкт Петербург, 2003 г.) … Словарь металлургических терминов
dynamic — index impulsive (impelling), intense, potent, powerful, progressive (going forward), trenchant Burton s Legal Thesaurus … Law dictionary
dynamic — 1817 as a term in philosophy; 1827 in the sense pertaining to force producing motion (the opposite of static), from Fr. dynamique introduced by German mathematician Gottfried Leibnitz (1646 1716) in 1691 from Gk. dynamikos powerful, from dynamis… … Etymology dictionary
dynamic — live, *active, operative Analogous words: potent, forceful, forcible, *powerful: intense, vehement, fierce, exquisite, violent: vitalizing, energizing, activating (see VITALIZE) … New Dictionary of Synonyms
dynamic — [adj] active, vital activating, aggressive, changing, charismatic, coming on strong*, compelling, driving, effective, electric, energetic, energizing, enterprising, forceful, forcible, go ahead*, go getter*, go getting*, highpowered, hyped up,… … New thesaurus
dynamic — ► ADJECTIVE 1) (of a process or system) characterized by constant change or activity. 2) full of energy and new ideas. 3) Physics relating to forces producing motion. Often contrasted with STATIC(Cf. ↑statically). 4) Music relating to the volume… … English terms dictionary
dynamic — [[t]daɪnæ̱mɪk[/t]] dynamics 1) ADJ GRADED (approval) If you describe someone as dynamic, you approve of them because they are full of energy or full of new and exciting ideas. He seemed a dynamic and energetic leader... Marcus was handsome,… … English dictionary