Dynamics meaning

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Dynamics is defined as the branch of mechanics that deals with the effect of outside forces on something.

An example of dynamics is how the moon affects the ocean waves.

An example of dynamics are the effect of individual relationships on a group of friends.

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Psychodynamics.
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(music) The volume of the sound, such as piano, mezzo piano, mezzo forte, and forte.
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Variation in force or intensity, especially in musical sound.
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The social, intellectual, or moral forces that produce activity and change in a given sphere.

The dynamics of international trade have influenced our business decisions on this matter.

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(mechanics) The branch of mechanics that is concerned with the effects of forces on the motion of objects.
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The branch of mechanics dealing with the motions of material bodies under the action of given forces; kinetics.
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The branch of physics that deals with the effects of forces on the motions of bodies.
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The effect of varying degrees of loudness or softness in the performance of music.
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Origin of dynamics

  • From dynamic +‎ -ics.

    From Wiktionary