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dynamonoun

uk   /ˈdaɪ.nə.məʊ/  us   /-moʊ/ (plural dynamos)
[C] a device that changes energy of movement into electrical energy: A dynamo on a bicycle will power a pair of lights while the wheels are going around. [C usually singular] an energetic force: Onstage she is a human dynamo, spending the hour in perpetual motion.
Translations of “dynamo”
in Vietnamese máy phát điện…
in Spanish dinamo…
in Thai เครื่องผลิตกระแสไฟ…
in Malaysian dinamo…
in French dynamo…
in German der Dynamo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 發電機, 動力,精力…
in Indonesian dinamo…
in Chinese (Simplified) 发电机, 动力…
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