- n. climbing A dynamic climbing move or jump to reach a hold that cannot otherwise be reached.
- n. informal A dynamometer.
“A useful first approximation, absent a dyno, is a 0-60mph (or 60-0) acceleration time.”
“An activated application on the platform is called a dyno, serving as a process running on the server in a grid.”
“The free service will remain, with users getting a "dyno" and database as they have been and that system is still perfectly adequate for hosting smaller apps.”
“We had a good chance to show some of the media around the factory and even show them what an engine looks like on a dyno which is pretty cool.”
“Once activated, it becomes a fully-functioning web application called a "dyno".”
“Like the other 350 machines, our slip on exhaust picked up 3.5 horse power on the dyno and increased the torque while dropping the overall weight of the machine.”
“Paper element filters provide great airflow and most times show a dyno advantage.”
“So full of hail-mary, as standuponit might say, that I had to get baptized. but at least it wasn't a dyno.”
“May 30th, 2008 at 1: 49 pm dyno btw that was last night waiting over an hour, I placed my order @ 8: 45 and got my food just after 9.”
“The big reachy yellow 5.7 with the move I have to dyno and the other move I have to smear, the new unrated white one, the tricky green unrated one on the slab with the hand/foot match, and a 5.5 that has a random, like, 5.7 move right at the top for no apparent reason.”
Looking for tweets for dyno.