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    dynamics

    Hello,

    I often hear that actors mention something like "There is a dynamic between these characters" when they tell about their movies.
    I realize they don't necessarily talk about power relationships.
    Could you put "dynamic" another way?
    In my dictionaries, they only say "mechanics" , "drive" and "locomotive".

    Thank you,
    Tara

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    Re: dynamics

    Quote Originally Posted by tara View Post
    Hello,

    I often hear that actors mention something like "There is a dynamic between these characters" when they tell about their movies.
    I realize they don't necessarily talk about power relationships.
    Could you put "dynamic" another way?
    In my dictionaries, they only say "mechanics" , "drive" and "locomotive".

    Thank you,
    Tara

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    My dictionary says that it is a relationship characterized by:

    constant change

    activity

    progress

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    #3

    Smile Re: dynamics

    Hi TheParser,

    Thank you so much for the answer.
    It's become easy to understand when you put it those ways.
    Maybe I should get a dictionary like yours.

    Thank you and have a nice weekend!

    Tara

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