Definition of kinematically in US English:

kinematically

adverb

  • See kinematics

    • ‘Structural features associated with the software include wire frame and surface model depiction of the virtual human, kinematically correct joint motion and even different shoe models (for pedal design and position).’
    • ‘Early crustal thickening was associated with high-grade metamorphism of the basement and is kinematically complex.’
    • ‘The significance of the contemporaneous, but kinematically very different fault sets in the sandstones requires explanation.’
    • ‘This interpretation is satisfactory geometrically and kinematically, but less so dynamically.’
    • ‘After development, the hologram is kinematically replaced in its original position.’

Pronunciation

kinematically

/-ˈmatik(ə)lē/