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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} dinamik, devimsel
(Tıp) Vücut azasının vazife ve hareketine ait

Berlin çok hareketli bir şehir. - Berlin is a very dynamic city.


Tom dinamik bir kişiliğe sahiptir. - Tom has a dynamic personality.

Ağ devasa dinamik bir ağ. - The Web is a gigantic, dynamic document.

tabii kuvvete ait
{s} mekanik gücü olan
{s} devingen
değişme ve hareket halinde olan
{s} dinamik, canlı, hareketli
(Tıp) () Hareket ve kuvvet bilimi
dynamic address translation
dinamik adres çevirisi
dynamic allocation
dinamik atama
dynamic balance
dinamik denge
dynamic braking
dinamik frenleme
dynamic buffering
dinamik tamponlama
dynamic cathode current
dinamik katot akımı
dynamic cathode resistance
dinamik katot direnci
dynamic cathode voltage
dinamik katot gerilimi
dynamic check
dinamik sınama
dynamic climatology
dinamik klimatoloji
dynamic data exchange
dinamik veri alışverişi
dynamic debugging technique
dinamik hata giderme tekniği
dynamic dump
dinamik döküm
dynamic electric field
dinamik elektrik alanı
dynamic electricity
dinamik elektrik
dynamic emitter current
dinamik emitör akımı
dynamic emitter resistance
dinamik emitör direnci
dynamic emitter voltage
dinamik emitör gerilimi
dynamic energy
dinamik enerji
dynamic equilibrium
dinamik denge
dynamic error debugging
dinamik hata bulma ve giderme
dynamic focusing
dinamik odaklama
dynamic impedance
dinamik empedans
dynamic limiter
dinamik limitör
dynamic link library
dinamik bağlı kitaplık
dynamic linking
dinamik bağlantı
dynamic linking and loading
dinamik bağlantılama ve yükleme
dynamic load
dinamik yük
dynamic loudspeaker
dinamik hoparlör
dynamic magnetic field
dinamik manyetik alan
dynamic memory
dinamik bellek
dynamic memory allocation
dinamik bellek atama
dynamic meteorology
dinamik meteoroloji
dynamic microphone
dinamik mikrofon
dynamic noise limiter
dinamik gürültü sınırlayıcı
dynamic noise suppressor
dinamik gürültü giderici
dynamic parallax
dinamik paralaks
dynamic pressure
dinamik basınç
dynamic priority
dinamik öncelik
dynamic programming
dinamik programlama
dynamic ram
dinamik ram
dynamic regulator
dinamik regülatör
dynamic relocation
dinamik yeniden yerleştirme
dynamic resistance
dinamik direnç
dynamic resource allocation
dinamik kaynak ayırma
dynamic similarity
dinamik benzerlik
dynamic simulator
dinamik simülatör
dynamic source current
dinamik kaynak akımı
dynamic source resistance
dinamik kaynak direnci
dynamic source voltage
dinamik kaynak gerilimi
dynamic speaker
dinamik hoparlör
dynamic state
dinamik durum
dynamic stop
dinamik durdurma
dynamic storage
dinamik bellek
dynamic storage allocation
dinamik bellek ayırma
dynamic store
dinamik bellek
dynamic strength
dinamik mukavemet
dynamic subroutine
dinamik altyordam
dynamic test
dinamik sınama
dynamic balance sheet
dinamik bilanço
dynamic bandwidth allocation
dinamik bant genişliği tahsisi
dynamic characteristic
çalışma eğrisi
dynamic effects
dinamik etkiler
dynamic modularity
dinamik modülarite
dynamic noise
dinamik gürültü
dynamic address translation
dinamik adres dönüştürme
dynamic bind
(SQL) dinamik bağlama
dynamic consolidation
derin kompaksiyon (dinamik konsolidasyon)
dynamic data exchange
(DDE) Dinamik Veri Değiş Tokuşu (DVD)
dynamic data exchange
Devingen Veri Değişimi
dynamic data exchange
Dinamik Veri Değiş Tokuşu
dynamic directory
Devingen Dizin
dynamic disk
Devingen Disk
dynamic error coefficient
dinamik hata katsayisi
dynamic formula
dinamik kazık formülü
dynamic game
dinamik oyun
dynamic geology
dinamik jeoloji
dynamic host configuration protocol
(DHCP) Devingen Sunucu Yapılandırma İletişim Kuralı
dynamic instruction
(Elektrik, Elektronik) dinamik talimat
dynamic link
dinamik link
dynamic link library
(DLL) Devingen Bağımlı Kitaplık
dynamic linking
Devingen Bağlanım
dynamic linking
devingen bağlantı
dynamic measurement
dinamik olcum
dynamic metamorphism
dinamik metamorfizma
dynamic multiplexing
dinamik cogullama
dynamic pressure
(Askeri) DİNAMİK BASINÇ: Bir patlama dalgası şok cephesini takip eden hava nevinden, hareket halindeki bir vasatın meydana getirdiği basınç
dynamic radiogaphy
(Nükleer Bilimler) dinamik radyografi
dynamic range
(Nükleer Bilimler) dinamik bölge
dynamic response
dinamik yanit
dynamic sql
dinamik SQL
hareket bilgisi
(Biyokimya,Denizbilim) devinim bilimi
battle dynamic
muharebe dinamiği
become dynamic
dinamik olarak
quasi-dynamic conditions
yarı-dinamik koşullar
DIA Directorate for Intelligence Production; discrete identifier; dynamic interf
(Askeri) Savunma İstihbarat Teşkilatı DIA İstihbarat Ürünleri
disaster assistance response team; dynamic analysis and replanning tool
(Askeri) felaket yardımı tepki timi; dinamik analiz ve yeniden planlama aracı
harekete geçiren güç
(Tıp) Cisimlerin hareketini ve bu hareketin yarattığı etkileri konu alan fizik dalı, dinamikbilimi
dinamik bilimi
hareket ettirici kuvvetler ve kanunlar
sesin alçak veya yüksek olmasını belirten işaretler
internal dynamic
iç dinamik
seismic dynamic characteristic
sismik dinamik karakteristik
seismic dynamic characteristic
depremsel devinimli belirtgen
Englisch - Englisch
pertaining to dynamics
The varying loudness or volume of a song or the markings that indicate the loudness

If you pay attention to the dynamics as you play, it's a very moving piece.

Able to change and to adapt
A symbol in a musical score that indicates the desired level of volume
Having to do with the volume of sound

The dynamic marking in bar 40 is forte.

A characteristic or manner of an interaction; a behavior

The study of fluid dynamics quantifies turbulent and laminar flows.

Changeable; active; in motion usually as the result of an external force

He was a dynamic and engaging speaker.

happening at runtime instead of at compile time
A web document that is created from a database in real-time or "on the fly" at the same time it is being viewed, providing a continuous flow of new information and giving visitors a new experience each time they visit the web site
With about 900 volunteers constantly contributing new and improved code, Debian is evolving rapidly New releases are planned to be made every several months, and the FTP archives are updated daily
Of or pertaining to dynamics; belonging to energy or power; characterized by energy or production of force
of or relating to dynamics
A copy group serialization value that specifies TSM accept the first attempt to back up or archive an object, regardless of any changes made during backup or archive processing See serialization Contrast with shared dynamic, shared static, and static
Refers to of random-access memory, requiring periodic refreshment of charge Meaning a dynamic IP on a dial-up ISP that changes every time a connection to the Internet is made i e aol com [E]
Type of RAM (random access memory) To keep data in the DRAM, this data needs to be "refreshed" (recharged) The electric charge fades out of a DRAM like air seeps out of a balloon Because of this change, it is called "dynamic "
Dynamics is the scientific study of motion, energy, and forces
Dynamics are forces which produce power or movement
Type of RAM (Random Access Memory) To keep data in the D(ynamic)RAM memory, this data needs to be 'refreshed' (recharged) The electric charge fades out of a DRAM like air seeps out of a balloon Because of this change, it is called Dynamic
{s} forceful, energetic, vigorous, spirited
Pertaining to change or process over time resulting from physical forces of energy
Changeable; active; in motion
Dynamic HTML publishing is the method of creating web pages as they are requested, instead of publishing pre-existing "static" web pages In a traditional web site, "static" web pages are simple text documents marked with HTML These pages are sent out to the user’s browser by the web server as they are requested
The dynamic of a system or process is the force that causes it to change or progress. The dynamic of the market demands constant change and adjustment
Something which changes (e g a web document that is generated on-the-fly based upon information provided by the user)
A dynamic process is one that constantly changes and progresses. a dynamic, evolving worldwide epidemic static + dynamically dy·nami·cal·ly Germany has a dynamically growing market at home
A copy group serialization value that specifies that TSM accepts the first attempt to back up or archive a file regardless of whether the file is modified during the backup or archive process See also serialization Contrast with shared dynamic, shared static, and static
Able to change and to adapt (also in computing)
The dynamics of a situation or group of people are the opposing forces within it that cause it to change. the dynamics of the social system
In referring to an HTML page, a page of data elements that is generated from a series of databases; i e the page is composed 'on the fly ' See the converse: Static
Giving an effect of movement, progression, and energy
Dynamic web sites offer the user the ability to interact with the web site This interaction can take place in the form of a search for products, a questionnaire that automatically posts results or online polls Basically, dynamic web pages and content are generated from the input of the user
Of, or related to, systems whose future state is consequent upon their past & present states; that is, relating to systems who have a history Contains differential or integral expressions Not static, but may be time-varying Dependent upon box-drawing: if room temperature is taken as an exogenous factor, for example, then it is time-varying; but if the weather is included in the model, then it is a dynamic factor cf Static
A value for serialization that specifies that Tivoli Storage Manager accepts the first attempt to back up or archive a file regardless of whether the file is modified during the backup or archive process See also serialization Contrast with shared dynamic, shared static, and static
continuous change, activity, or progress; marked by intensity and vigor
In regard to currency conversion, dynamic conversion accesses real-time data feeds and creates real-time market conversions The dynamic conversion will search for optimal market data, determine buy or sell side, factor in brokerage fees, commissions, trading pit point spreads, wire fees, and other realistic conversion costs to calculate a true relationship Dynamic conversions tend to be accurate
A versatile, breathable, permanently elastic fabric made mainly for the outdoor and adventure sports market by Schoeller® of Switzerland It offers good wear resistance, durability and flexibility Dynamic fabric is water and soil repellent It is composed of Cordura®, Lycra® and Polyamide For more information on Schoeller® dynamic extreme visit the Schoeller Textiles website at http: //www schoeller-textiles com
characterized by action or forcefulness or force of personality; "a dynamic market"; "a dynamic speaker"; "the dynamic president of the firm" of or relating to dynamics
Changing over time; in contrast to static
approval If you describe something as dynamic, you approve of it because it is very active and energetic. South Asia continues to be the most dynamic economic region in the world
expressing action rather than a state of being; used of verbs (e g `to run') and participial adjectives (e g `running' in `running water')
the Force of action and movement and change Governed by Mars, God of War
characterized by action or forcefulness or force of personality; "a dynamic market"; "a dynamic speaker"; "the dynamic president of the firm"
there could be said to be eight urges (drives, impulses) in life These we call dynamics These are motives or motivations We call them the eight dynamics These are urges for survival as or through (1) self, (2) sex and family, (3) groups, (4) all mankind, (5) living things (plants and animals), (6) the material universe, (7) spirits, and (8) infinity or the Supreme Being
For option strategies, describing analyses made during the course of changing security prices and during the passage of time This is as opposed to an analysis made at expiration of the options used in the strategy A dynamic break-even point is one that changes as time passes A dynamic follow-up action is one that will change as either the security price changes or the option price changes or time passes
A dynamic mic is one in which audio signal is generated by the motion of a conductor within a magnetic field In most dynamic mics, a very thin, light, diaphragm moves in response to sound pressure The diaphragm's motion causes a voice coil which is suspended in a magnetic field to move, generating a small electric current Generally less expensive than condenser mics (although very high quality dynamics can be quite expensive), dynamics feature quite robust construction, can often handle very high SPLs (Sound Pressure Levels), and do not require an external power source to operate Because of the mechanical nature of their operation, dynamic mics are commonly less sensitive to transients, and may not reproduce quite the high frequency "detail" other types of mics can produce Dynamic mics are very common in live applications In the studio, dynamics are often used to record electric guitar and drums
approval If you describe someone as dynamic, you approve of them because they are full of energy or full of new and exciting ideas. He seemed a dynamic and energetic leader + dynamically dy·nami·cal·ly He's one of the most dynamically imaginative jazz pianists still functioning
Relating to physical forces, effects, or laws; as, dynamical geology
an efficient incentive; "they hoped it would act as a spiritual dynamic on all churches"
An activity that the Switch does automatically; the opposite of static
dynamic IP address
An IP address which changes periodically, e.g. each time a user dials into their Internet Service Provider. Contrast static IP address
dynamic IP addressing
The state of using a dynamic IP address. Contrast static IP addressing
dynamic equilibrium
any equilibrium in which opposite changes occur simultaneously
dynamic equilibrium
an equilibrium in which two reversible reactions occur at the same rate
dynamic headroom
the ability of an amplifier to handle strong signals (or loud sounds) free from distortion
dynamic load
Any load which is nonstatic, such as a wind load or moving live load
dynamic loads
plural form of dynamic load
dynamic memory
Computer memory that requires a periodic refresh to maintain its contents. This memory is usually cheaper and faster than ROM
dynamic random access memory
Dynamic RAM is typically the RAM used as the main memory in a computer system. DRAM requires fewer transistors per bit than SRAM, but each bit needs to be refreshed regularly or it will lose information. DRAM is typically slower but much less expensive than SRAM
dynamic scale
A device, often part of a conveyor belt system, that weighs a product while it is in motion
dynamic site
A web site that displays information that changes using server-side code, generally with information retrieved from a database
dynamic system
dynamical system
dynamic systems
plural form of dynamic system
dynamic typing
A system in which type checking is performed at run time and not at compilation, opposed to static typing
Dynamic Enterprise Modeling
Dynamic Enterprise Modeling is the approach the Baan company uses for the Baan Enterprise Resource Planning system to align and implement it in the organizational architecture of the end-using company
Dynamic Governance
Sociocracy, also called Dynamic Governance, is a form of government based on consent among equivalent individuals and an organizational structure based on cybernetic principles
dynamic modulus
(Teknoloji) Dynamic modulus is the ratio of stress to strain under vibratory conditions (calculated from data obtained from either free or forced vibration tests, in shear, compression, or elongation). It is a property of viscoelasticity materials
Dynamic Data Exchange
standard for data transfer between various programs in a multi-tasking computer, DDE
Dynamic HTML
type of HTML language that includes additional options for HTML documents and allows flexible design and immediate interaction with the user, DHTML
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
protocol used to assign IP addresses to computers on a Microsoft NT local area network, DHCP (Computers)
Dynamic Linked Library
file which stores subroutines of the operating systems Windows and OS/2, DLL file (Computers)
dynamic RAM
A memory chip that stores information as electrical charges in capacitors
dynamic allocation
allocation of computer memory during the running of a program
dynamic balance
(aeronautics) the state of equilibrium in which centrifugal forces due to a rotating mass (e
dynamic balance
a propeller do not produce force in the shaft and so vibration is reduced
dynamic electricity
a flow of electric charge
dynamic headroom
The capacity of an amplifier to reproduce unusually strong signals without distortion
dynamic host configuration
management and allotment of dynamic addresses to users on the Internet
dynamic host resolution
connection to the Internet using the method of allotment of dynamic addresses
dynamic ip
addressing An IP address assigned by the ISP to a client for the current session or some other specified amount of time This form of IP addressing is commonly used for consumer DSL service
dynamic ip
The term used to describe how IP address is dynamically assigned to computers as and when needed Unlike Static IP addresses, the IP address is temporary e g when you connect to your ISP using a dial-up connection , you PC or router will be dynamically assigned an IP address whilst you are on-line See Also: IP Address, Static IP Address, ISP Go to top
dynamic ip
IP addressing that changes at the point of login
dynamic lot size
(Ticaret) A lot size quantity that changes for successive orders of the same item based on cost, number of days supplied or optimization parameters
dynamic object
object which is linked to another document
dynamic range
the range between the maximum and minimum amount of input radiant energy that an instrument can measure
dynamic range
The dynamic range of a data converter (ADC and DAC) is the range of signal amplitudes it can process effectively The minimum signal usually is the point where parameters such as SNR are 0dB (for example, signal power equals noise power) and the maximum signal is either the data converter's full-scale input or the point where distortions become an unacceptable large factor
dynamic range
The difference between the loudest and quietest signal levels in a system In an audio device, usually the difference between the maximum output level and the residual noise floor In a digital system, the available dynamic range is determined by the data resolution, about 6 dB per digital bit Hence, a 16-bit system theoretically provides a 96 dB dynamic range
dynamic range
The extremes between loud and soft All audio systems are limited on the low end by circuit and other noise, and on the high end by distortion The usable range in between is called the dynamic range of the system
dynamic range
An audio term which refers to the range between the softest and loudest levels a source can produce without distortion
dynamic range
An instruments range, such as a scanner, of measurable values The range is from the lowest value it can detect to the highest value A perfect dynamic range for a scanner is considered to be 4 0 or Dmin=0 and Dmax=4 The dynamic range of a scanner is most indicative of its' overall image quality with 3 0 being a minimum rating for prepress capable scanners
dynamic range
The range in dB between the noise floor of a device and its defined maximum output level The term applies to both audio devices and RF equipment, but the maximum output level is defined differently Back to top Electret Condenser Microphone A type of condenser microphone whose transducer contains an electret material that permanently retains an electrical charge, and does not require the external voltage source required by other types of condenser transducers to polarize the diaphragm
dynamic range
A measurement of the accuracy of an image in color or gray level More bits of dynamic range results in finer gradations being preserved
dynamic range
The ratio of the saturation to noise, limited by the bit depth of the sensor Dynamic range is expressed numerically (3 0, for example) In the captured image the dynamic range relates to the colour fidelity and contrast range of the picture The greater the dynamic range, the higher the contrast and colour bit depth
dynamic range
The ratio of the maximum (brightest) to minimum (darkest) signal levels present in an image For instance, a true 12-bit digital camera is capable of providing a dynamic range of 4096: 1
dynamic range
- The difference between the loudest and softest possible sounds a component can produce Rated in decibels, higher numbers are better
dynamic range
the range of signal levels for which a receiver function properly The lowest signal level is determined by noise level considerations and the upper level is determined by detector or receiver distortion, saturation, or power level limitations
dynamic range
The range between the loudest and the softest sounds that are in a piece of music, or that can be reproduced by a piece of audio equipment without distortion (a ratio expressed in decibels) In speech, the range rarely exceeds 40 dB; in music, it is greatest in orchestral works, where the range may be as much as 75 dB
dynamic range
The ratio of a specified maximum level of a parameter, such as power, current, voltage, or frequency, to the minimum detectable value of that parameter
dynamic range
The difference between the loudest point of a sound passage and the softest point Audio systems also have a dynamic range: the difference between the loudest sound the system can record before distortion and the softest signal that can be recorded without introducing noise This range is measured by the signal-to-noise ratio The signal is the actual sound you're after; noise is any hiss or other artifact introduced by the amplifier, microphone, or other electrical components of the audio system
dynamic range
Most basically defined as the ratio of the maximum signal strength a circuit can handle to minimum input level at which it can generate an intelligible output
dynamic range
An expression of the density difference between highlights and shadows As a measurement of scanner quality, dynamic range is one of the primary differences between low and high quality scanners A desktop scanner with a small dynamic range will yield scanned images that lack detail in shadow areas
dynamic range
The difference between the loudest and the softest sounds either contained in a piece of musical or other audio material  In reproducing audio material, it means the range that can be reproduced by a piece of audio equipment or audio format without distortion This ratio is expressed in dB
dynamic range
The range between the loudest and the softest sounds that are in a piece of music or that can be reproduced by a piece of audio equipment without distortion This is a ratio expressed in decibels (dB) In speech the range rarely exceeds 40 dB; in music the range can reach over 75 dB In audio, higher numbers are better
dynamic range
The number of colors or shades of grey that can be represented by a pixel The smallest unit of data stored in a computer is called a bit Dynamic range is a measurement of the number of bits used to represent each pixel in a digital image 1-bit or bitonal means that a pixel can either be black or white Bitonal imaging is good for black and white images, such as line drawings and text However, scanning in grayscale rather than bitonal may produce a better looking image 8-bit color or 8-bit grayscale means that each pixel can be one of 256 shades of color or one of 256 shades of gray 24-bit color means that each pixel can be one of 16 8 million colors
dynamic range
The measurable difference between the brightest highlight and the darkest value
dynamic range
Measurable difference between the brightest highlight (white) and the densest value that any system can create; also, the range of gray values that a system can reproduce Higher values show greater ability of a product to effectively contrast highlights and shadows
dynamic range
The difference in signal level between the loudest and quietest parts of a programme, expressed in decibels
dynamic range
The visible and thermal (near infrared) range within which the glass changes As an example, SageGlass® has a visible dynamic range of 4-70% This means that on the low end, it blocks all but 4 percent of incoming visible light, and on the high end, it allows 70% incoming light
dynamic range
The ratio of the maximum output signal to the smallest output signal that can be processed in a system, usually expressed logarithmically in dB Dynamic range can be specified in terms of harmonic distortion, signal to noise ration, or other performance criteria
dynamic sql
A type of embedded SQL in which SQL statements are created and compiled at run time See also static SQL
dynamic sql
The process of making an application capable of generating specific SQL code on the fly, as the application is processing (8)
dynamic sql
The process of creating database queries based on user data, environment variables, and previous query results Dynamic SQL can also increase processing efficiency by executing multiple queries and sending them to multiple databases from a single browser request
dynamic sql
An SQL statement that is generated at runtime only Host programs submit this statement in the form of a string
dynamic sql
SQL statements are created, prepared, and executed while a program is executing It is, therefore, possible with dynamic SQL to change the SQL statement during program execution and have many variations of a SQL statement at run time
dynamic sql
Creates queries based on user data, environment variables, and previously returned query results Dynamic SQL can also increase processing efficiency by executing multiple queries and sending them to multiple databases from a single browser request
dynamic sql
Creating queries based on user data, environment variables, and previously returned query results Dynamic SQL can also increase processing efficiency by executing multiple queries and sending them to multiple databases from a single browser request
dynamic verb
{i} (Grammar) verb that may be used in the progressive or continuous aspect indicating an incomplete action (e.g.: "Tom is lying on the sofa" - indicating an incomplete action in progress)
dynamic voice override
(Computers) ability of ISDN telephone line to automatically drop and reassign a communications channel to a voice call (when an incoming call is detected or the telephone handset is lifted)
The branch of mechanics that is concerned with the effects of forces on the motion of objects
The volume of the sound, such as piano, mezzo piano, mezzo forte, and forte
{a} pertaining to power
Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory
Random Access Memory that can be adjusted and synchronized with the speed of the computer clock, SDRAM
Of or pertaining to dynamics; belonging to energy or power; characterized by energy or production of force
characterized by action or forcefulness or force of personality; "a dynamic market"; "a dynamic speaker"; "the dynamic president of the firm"
{s} forceful, energetic, vigorous, spirited
Relating to physical forces, effects, or laws; as, dynamical geology
in a dynamic manner (relating to physical force or energy); energetically, vigorously
In accordance with the principles of dynamics or moving forces
in a forceful dynamic manner; "this pianist plays dynamically"
in a forceful dynamic manner; "this pianist plays dynamically
Of a dynamic nature; variable or constantly changing nature
Dynamics is held by some recent writers to include statics and not kinematics
the gradations of volume in music Dynamic marks are the words, abbreviations, and signs that indicate degrees of volume (such as crescendo and diminuendo)
The study of the relationship between motion and the forces affecting motion Dynamics is that part of the field of mechanics that studies objects in motion, as opposed to statics It is the combined study of kinetics and kinematics
{i} active forces in any field; study of forces and their relation to the motion of bodies (Mechanics); movement, activity, motion
Degrees of loudness
In music, the various levels of loudness and softness of sound, together with their increase and decrease
– The loudness or softness of sounds
That department of musical science which relates to, or treats of, the power of tones
A branch of mechanics that deals with the study of forces that accelerate object(s)
The characteristics of the mass inside a bowling ball This includes Moment of Inertia and Differential of Rg, which in turn contribute to the balls preferred spin axis
The study of the action of forces on bodies and the changes in motion they produce
The degrees of loudness or softness in a musical work, and the symbols that represent them
A branch of mechanics that deals with forces and their relations to patterns of motion In metorology, this relates especially to wind and water patterns
The range of loudness of a performance
In population ecology the study of the reasons for changes in population size; contrast with statics
The volume of sound, the loudness or softness of a musical passage
Branch of mechanics that deals with the motion of objects in relation to force, mass, momentum, and energy. Dynamics can be divided into two branches, kinematics and kinetics. The foundations of dynamics were laid by Galileo, who derived the law of motion for falling bodies and was the first to recognize that all changes of velocity of a body are the result of forces. Isaac Newton formulated this observation in his second law of motion (see Newton's laws of motion)
The degrees of softness or loudness in music indicated by signs or words on the score The most important dynamic signs: pianissimo (pp): very soft, piano (p): soft, mezzo piano (mp): moderately soft, mezzo forte (mf): moderately loud, forte (f): loud, fortissimo (ff): very loud
the relative loudness or softness of a piece of music
the branch of mechanics concerned with the forces that cause motions of bodies
1 In dance, one of the five elements of movement Refers to how the body is moving, which may be described in terms of energy, force, and weight (e g , strong or light) or flow (e g , free, bound; tension, relaxation) 2 In music, the degree of loudness or softness
The louds and softs in music Piano (soft) and forte (loud) are most common
Elements of effort (time, space, force) which give contrast to the basic movements Also the expressive content of human movement, sometimes called qualities, in particular the way in which energy is used
That branch of mechanics which treats of the motion of bodies (kinematics) and the action of forces in producing or changing their motion (kinetics)
varying degrees of volume (loudness) in music
The moving moral, as well as physical, forces of any kind, or the laws which relate to them
Varying degrees of loud and soft E
Variation in the intensity of musical notes
Branch of mechanics which deals with the various forces encountered on a coaster ride
The varying gradations of loudness and softness in music (e g forte, crescendo)
Varying degrees of loudness or softness in a musical work, and the symbols that represent them
Generally, any forces that produce motion or affect change In operational meteorology, dynamics usually refer specifically to those forces that produce vertical motion in the atmosphere