dinamo, dinamo-mashina, o'zgarmas tok generatori
Noun(1) generator consisting of a coil (the armature, the field magnet
(1) Arguably the autocar laid the foundations for many of today's trains - using a petrol engine to drive a dynamo to power electric motors.(2) In the case of a dynamo , cyclists have no lights when stationary but probably good lighting when moving.(3) She had both a heart and a lung transplanted, and she was an absolute dynamo .(4) His experience has made him a dynamo within the company and throughout the industry.(5) Sherman Spencer again proved to be a real dynamo in the forwards with his five goal haul.(6) A dynamo converts mechanical energy from a moving electrical conductor into electromagnetic energy and thus generates current.(7) Like most 6-year-olds, Mitchie is a dynamo of energy and motion.(8) He is a whirling dynamo when it comes to jumping, spinning kicks.(9) The midfield dynamo with the energy and face of a terrier said this spring that the mood around the team was ├ö├ç├┐miserable├ö├ç├û.(10) He's an extraordinary musician and just a dynamo to work with.(11) He's like this dynamo , full of energy and positivity.(12) She was always a little dynamo , more than willing to jump in and lend a hand, always had a smile on her face.(13) A vivacious dynamo of energy and ambition, she would be the last person to seek the title of saviour of the film industry north of the Border.(14) she was a dynamo in London politics(15) Some of my gang got up to Ôö¼├║120 a day,├ö├ç├û explains the fast-talking, self-styled dynamo .(16) The young dynamo came home in first place in Class 6 and finished 18th overall.
(1) dynamo :: dinamo
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