noun dy·na·graph \ˈdīnəˌgraf, -rȧf\

Definition of dynagraph



  1. :  an apparatus in a railroad car for recording the condition of a line of track, the resistance of a train, its speed, and other features of its performance

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Origin and Etymology of dynagraph

Greek dynamis power + English -graph

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