dynamic

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1. Capable of changing or being changed; in a state of flux, not static.
2. Characterized or distinguished by continuous change or vigorous activity, high effectiveness, energy, or force.
3. Causative or motivating agent or force, underlying an event or phenomenon. See also dynamics.

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It is important to keep up with the news not only in the U.S. but also in other countries, because global political and economic conditions are dynamic and ever-changing factors in the world of international business.
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Many political leaders are not seen as dynamic since they typically adhere to their party's values and do not change their opinions regardless of the situation.
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Most computer networks give out IP addresses to new machines in a dynamic fashion so a new machine doesn't try and use the address of a machine currently existing on the network.
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