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dynamic

 [di-nam´ik]
pertaining to or manifesting force.

dynamic

/dy·nam·ic/ (di-nam´ik)
1. pertaining to or manifesting force.
2. of or relating to energy or to objects in motion.
3. characterized by or tending to produce change.

dynamic

[dīnam′ik]
Etymology: Gk, dynamis, force
1 tending to change or to encourage change, such as a dynamic nurse-patient relationship.
2 (in respiratory therapy) a condition of changing volume. Compare static.

dynamic

pertaining to or manifesting force.

dynamic compression plates
used in orthopedic surgery. See compression plating.
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Specimen stiffness values are typically different at reduced dynamic amplitudes.
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Due to these operating systems' inability to interpret dynamic disks, they cannot directly read or write data to a dynamic disk or a dynamic volume.