ETYM Greek, powerful, from dunamis power; cf. Latin durus hard, Eng. dure: cf. French dynamique.
1. Characterized by action or forcefulness or force of personality; SYN. dynamical.
2. (Physics) Of or relating to dynamics.
active · can-do · changing · driving · dynamical · energetic · energising · energizing · ever-changing · high-energy · high-octane · high-power · high-powered · high-voltage · impulsive · kinetic · mechanics · projectile · propellant · propellent · propelling · propulsive · self-propelled · self-propelling · slashing
Occurring immediately and concurrently. The term is used in describing both hardware and software; in both cases it describes some action or event that occurs when and as needed. In dynamic memory management, a program is able to negotiate with the operating system when it needs more memory.
1. A dynamic force
3. An underlying cause of change or growth