Definitions for Dynamismˈdaɪ nəˌmɪz əm
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any of the various theories or doctrines or philosophical systems that attempt to explain the phenomena of the universe in terms of some immanent force or energy
vigor, vigour, dynamism, heartiness(noun)
active strength of body or mind
dynamism, pizzazz, pizzaz, oomph, zing(noun)
the activeness of an energetic personality
Any of several philosophical theories that attempt to explain the universe by an immanent force.
Great energy, drive, force, or power; vigor of body, mind or personality; oomph or pizzazz
Dynamic reality; active energy; continuous change, progress, or activity.
The fact that the war is no longer the main issue in the election points to the dynamism of foreign affairs.
the doctrine of Leibnitz, that all substance involves force
Origin: [Cf. F. dynamisme. See Dynamics.]
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This year's selection confirms the dynamism of the culinary scene in all boroughs, notably Brooklyn and Queens.
These results are especially positive in a regional economic scenario of lower dynamism, with exchange rate rises and inflation higher than expected.
If you have an efficient effective state development model, great, but you must allow businesses to develop in order to get the dynamism in the economy.
There was real sense of dynamism and force in this thing by that point, i think it was tactically and diplomatically quite important for the negotiations.
In view of the good general conditions such as the low oil price and favourable exchange rate, economic dynamism should really be above present economic growth of 1.7 percent.
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