dynamics

  

Definitions (3)

1.Study of how things change over time.
2.Pattern of change or growth of an object, or force or intensity of a phenomenon.
3.Branch of physics (mechanics) that studies the motion or equilibrium of physical bodies under the action of one or more forces. See also statics.

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  • The acquisition of the new company and subsequent integration of new employees completely changed the social dynamics of the office

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  • The scientists were able to predict when the hurricane season started by reviewing hurricane dynamics over the past 50 years.

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  • The engineering department was very pleased when they found that the dynamics of the new airplane wing allowed for unprecedented fuel economy.

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