noun (plural dynos)
- 2 Climbing A rapid move across a rock face in order to reach a hold.More example sentences
- For those of you not familiar with the Elbsandsteingebirge, some routes require horizontal dynos.
- He solos unroped up a cliff, performing an unlikely series of dynos and crucifix-style deadman hangs.
verb (dynos, dynoing, dyno'd or dynoed)Back to top
- 1 [with object] Measure (the output of an engine) with a dynamometer.More example sentences
- Teammate Jason Line then drove all night to the shop, dyno'd the engine, and returned it to Atlanta Dragway at 3 a.m. Sunday for the boss to use.
- In addition, we're going to dyno our engines, freshen our transmissions, and figure out a combination that will make us fast right out of the box.
- We take the engine apart and dyno it to check that it's close to where it was.
- 2 [no object] (In mountaineering) climb using dynos.More example sentences
- Shifting my weight onto my leg even more I then dynoed about a foot higher to an extremely tiny hold that is made harder to latch because the opening in the crack is so incredibly narrow.
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