- Meaning and Examples
- Related to, or derived, ammonia; -- used chiefly as a suffix; as, amic acid; phosphamic acid.
See 'amic' also in:
Psychoceramics is the study of crackpot ideas about human behaviour.
Dynamic psychology those aspects of psychology that are concerned with motivation and with understanding the underlying causes of behaviour in all its ramifications.
Dynamic hedging refers to the strategy of hedging in those periods when existing currency positions are expected to be adversely affected, and ...
Dynamic open market operation
Dynamic open market operations means open market operations that are intended to change the level of reserves and the monetary base.
Dynamic threat assessment
Dynamic threat assessment is an intelligence assessment that is developed by the Defense Intelligence Agency that details the threat, capabilities, and intentions ...
Dynamic targeting— targeting that prosecutes targets identified too late, or not selected for action in time to be included in deliberate targeting.
Group dynamics is the social manner in which people interact with each other within a group.
Aerodynamic drag for a moving vehicle, the force exerted by the flowfield of air moving in the opposite direction.
Oligodynamic action is the lethal effect exerted on bacteria by small amounts of certain metals.
Dynamic pricing- adjusting prices continually to meet the characteristics and needs of individual customers and situations.
Accounting & Auditing
Computer & Technology
Banking & Finance
HRM & Labor Studies
Medical & Health Sciences
Management & Organization Studies
Management Information System
Marketing & Public Relations