Definition of kinematic in English:

kinematic

Pronunciation /ˌkinəˈmadik/ /ˌkɪnəˈmædɪk/

adjective

See kinematics

  • ‘Using this kinematic and kinetic perspective, we offer four specific criteria to help constrain and evaluate competing scenarios for the origin of the avian flight stroke.’
  • ‘He developed a new form of relativity called kinematic relativity, an alternative to Einstein's general theory of relativity, which also met with considerable opposition.’
  • ‘This paper is a mini review of kinetic and kinematic evidence on the control of the hand with emphasis on grasping.’
  • ‘We consider it far more likely that kinematic and kinetic aspects of forelimb motion coevolved.’
  • ‘The trolley originally was designed for kinematic applications with subcentimeter accuracy.’

Pronunciation

kinematic

/ˌkinəˈmadik/ /ˌkɪnəˈmædɪk/