adjective /kɪn.ɪˈmæt.ɪk,kaɪ.nɪˈmæt.ɪk,kɪn.əˈmæt.ɪk/
Of or relating to motion or to kinematics.

The Cognitive function in Humans results from our extremely complex kinematic capabilities. Grasping for objects, bending down and up, or sitting down on objects are examples of kinematic capabilities

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  • Kinematic — Kin e*mat ic, Kinematical Kin e*mat ic*al, a. Of or pertaining to kinematics. [1913 Webster] {Kinematic curves}, curves produced by machinery, or a combination of motions, as distinguished from mathematical curves. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • kinematic — kinematics ► PLURAL NOUN (treated as sing. ) ▪ the branch of mechanics concerned with the motion of objects without reference to the forces which cause the motion. DERIVATIVES kinematic adjective. ORIGIN from Greek kin ma motion …   English terms dictionary

  • kinematic — adjective see kinematics …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • kinematic — See kinematics. * * * …   Universalium

  • kinematic — kin·e·mat·ic || ‚kɪnɪ mætɪk(l) adj. (Physics) of or pertaining to kinematics (branch of mechanics which studies pure motion) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • kinematic — kin·e·mat·ic …   English syllables

  • kinematic — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Kinematic Theatre — Kinematic Theatre, often abbreviated to Kinematic , is a small theatre company operating in London, England. The company which was formed early in 2006 and was founded by Andy Sinclair Harris, who is the artistic director along with Karl Lawton,… …   Wikipedia

  • Kinematic determinacy — is a term used in structural mechanics to describe a structure where material compatibility conditions alone can be used to calculate deflections.A kinematically determinate structure can be defined as a structure where, if it is possible to find …   Wikipedia

  • kinematic link — kinematic link, Physics. the structure or device formed when one of the two parts or halves of one kinematic pair is joined by a rigid piece to one of the two parts or halves of another kinematic pair …   Useful english dictionary

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