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dynamite in Technology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdynamitedy‧na‧mite1 /ˈdaɪnəmaɪt/ noun [uncountable]  1 Ta powerful explosive used especially for breaking rock a dynamite blast2 EXCITEDsomething or someone that is likely to cause a lot of trouble If the proposals became public they would be dynamite.3 old-fashioned informal someone or something that is very exciting or impressive The band is dynamite.
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dynamiteThe task required the excavation of three and half million tons of rock with enough dynamite to level Toledo.All told, Post blew up $ 50,000 in dynamite in 21 rain battles.The kid is dynamite and a new five-year deal and a £7million price tag only serve to underline the fact.They've only been playing together for six months but they're dynamite.Add brains to that particular package, and you're dynamite to some one like Jason Prior.Before cyanide fishing came into vogue, Hong Kong fleets had often used dynamite to blow fish out of the water.No two ways about it, Clint Schneider was dynamite.