- n. Plural form of dynamo.
“Explain that batteries are not used to produce large currents, but that machines called dynamos, similar to motors, when driven by steam or water-power, will yield electric currents as batteries do.”
“In fact, Mr. Smith is one of a growing number of business travelers who, out of practicality or concern for the environment, use portable renewable energy devices - primarily portable solar panels, but also hand-cranked electricity generators known as dynamos or freeplay devices - to power up their electronics when they work in places that offer little or no access to electricity.”
“Plus, everyone knows librarians are sexual dynamos waiting to explode.”
“Yeah for Librarians (so true about sexual dynamos).”
“In the vast chamber below him, rows of massive transformers and dynamos repeated on and on, bolts of electricity leaping from one to the next.”
“The top three prospects for the June draft include two premium offensive dynamos in Taylor Hall of the Windsor (Ontario) Spitfires and Tyler Seguin of the Plymouth (Mich.)”
“Still, it's a cheap $28 million film that got lousy reviews, starring those box office dynamos Jesse Eisenberg, Aziz Ansari, and Danny McBride.”
“He taught himself radio repair and began tinkering with bicycle dynamos, hoping to understand the inner workings of generators.”
“Playoff regulars who were high-flying, passing dynamos with flair and class.”
“But there are lots of countries that have managed to become far more prosperous than present-day China without being economic dynamos clearly racing ahead.”
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