• forceful, energetic, vigorous, spirited
• a dynamic person is full of energy and purpose.
• the dynamics of a society or a situation are the forces that cause it to change.
• allocation of computer memory during the running of a program
dynamic data exchange
• standard for data transfer between various programs in a multi-tasking computer, dde
dynamic host configuration
• management and allotment of dynamic addresses to users on the internet
dynamic host configuration protocol
• protocol used to assign ip addresses to computers on a microsoft nt local area network, dhcp (computers)
dynamic host resolution
• connection to the internet using the method of allotment of dynamic addresses
• type of html language that includes additional options for html documents and allows flexible design and immediate interaction with the user, dhtml
dynamic linked library
• file which stores subroutines of the operating systems windows and os/2, dll file (computers)
• object which is linked to another document
• (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 l ...