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dynamic
as in:  a dynamic system


A dynamic market rapidly adjusts to new technologies and shortages of resources.
  changing — as through time or due to various forces
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  • A dynamic market rapidly adjusts to new technologies and shortages of resources.
  • A dynamic future tolerates diversity, evolves through trial and error, and contains a rich ecology of human choices.
    Virginia Postrel  --  The Future and its Enemies
  • Industry and commerce are not static things, but dynamic processes, in which individual companies and whole industries rise and fall, as a result of relentless competition under changing conditions.
    Thomas Sowell  --  Basic Economics
  • I am alive, dynamic, ever active, and moving.
    William P. Young  --  The Shack
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Associated words [difficulty]:   dynamic [4]
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Most commonly used in these subjects:   Public Policy & Politics, Business, Engineering, Human Behavior
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