DNR
"Dialed Number Recorder". Referenced frequently in HBO's "The Wire", when the cops are talking about getting phone wiretaps on their targets. It records the phone calls that are intercepted.
Get me a DNR on Stringer Bell's cell phone so I can listen to that fucker's calls.
by davidn April 17, 2007
Means "Dirty, nasty and rough" ; term used when asking how you want to get 'some'; a certain way people like having sex, usually dirty, nasty and rough
John: how do you want it babe?

Sabrina: gimme some D.N.R!
by john-breh January 16, 2009
(acronym) diapers 'n restraint. pertaining to pornography.
"D.N.R., little biffy!!"
by Biffy Mr. D February 10, 2008
DNR
Means "Do Not Rececitate"; slang used when drinking to acknowledge that you are going to drink a heavy load of alcohol and if you stop breathing do not want to be saved; used to speak of others who you wish if on the verge of death would not be revived.
If I drink tonight i'm writing DNR on my forehead.
by DMoney March 03, 2004
DNR
DNR Department for Natural Resources.
DNR are cops in hunter green for explorers (the four door version)
by Chad Chad Chad December 19, 2006
A log comprising a list of numbers called on a telephone, be it a landline, cell phone, or Internet-based (IP telephony, Voice over IP), usually recorded by a "D.N.R.," dialed number recorder. Technically, a DNR is the recording apparatus itself, but the term can denote one of a number of sets of data, e.g., intercepted text or instant messages, faxes, procured through a court-ordered electronic communications intercept. I think this can also mean any evidence-level phone log or conversation. A DNR is part of communication collection equipment used by law enforcement, investigators, the government, and other entities.

This is probably one reason why gangsters uses burners or throwaway phones. Another is that law enforcement entities can remotely listen in and record conversations through remotely activated speaker/mic systems in the target's celly -- even with the phone turned off.
We procured his D.N.R. with a pretextual query.
by Newby2 December 27, 2007
DNR
"Did Not Race"

DNR, often called a scratch, in track, refers to instances where an individual withdraws from the race before it begins. Not the same as DQ (or disqualification), in which a runner is removed after the start. Occasionally, in hand-timed races where there are less timers than runners, DNR will be used to indicate that a runner did not finish fast enough to have his/her time recorded.
He must scratched out before the start. It says DNR.
by DukeT November 24, 2010

Free Daily Email

Type your email address below to get our free Urban Word of the Day every morning!

Emails are sent from daily@urbandictionary.com. We'll never spam you.

×