dynamo is a platform that gives Turkers a collective voice and, consequently, the chance to drive change.
The Republican Party was founded on and is built on the dynamo of liberty.
West is a dynamo, a fearsome warrior who quotes classic Greek with a warm, Southern charm.
(a) Electric generators: voltaic cell uses chemical energy; dynamo uses mechanical energy.
The product of the mechanical motion is electricity in the dynamo.
The dynamo could be set in motion, and the carriage worked from either end, as desired.
The fields of the dynamo are now secured in position to the base.
We will now start the engine, and thereby set the dynamo going round, slowly at first, and gradually up to the speed required.
The positive pole of the dynamo should be connected with the positive pole of the accumulatorp.
It was of the Gramme type, as our first dynamo of the Edison design was not yet finished.
1882, short for dynamo-machine, from German dynamoelektrischemaschine "dynamo-electric machine," coined 1867 by its inventor, German electrical engineer Werner Siemans (1816-1892), from Greek dynamis "power."
Force; energy: dynamogenesis.
An electric generator, especially one that produces direct current. See more at generator.
An energetic, hardworking, forceful person (1890s+)
DYNamic MOdels. A language for continuous simulation including economic, industrial and social systems, developed by Phyllis Fox and A.L. Pugh in 1959.
Versions include DYNAMO II, DYNAMO II/370, DYNAMO II/F, DYNAMO III and Gaming DYNAMO.
["DYNAMO User's Manual", A.L. Pugh, MIT Press 1976].