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Sinónimos detallados de boom en inglés

boom:

boom [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the boom
    the period of boom; the boom
  2. the boom
    the crash; the boom; the smack; the bump; the blast; the bang; the thud; the thump
    • crash [the ~] sustantivo
    • boom [the ~] sustantivo
    • smack [the ~] sustantivo
    • bump [the ~] sustantivo
    • blast [the ~] sustantivo
    • bang [the ~] sustantivo
    • thud [the ~] sustantivo
    • thump [the ~] sustantivo
  3. the boom
    the progression; the increase; the ascent; the upturn; the uplift; the rise; the boom
  4. the boom
    the explosion; the detonation; the pop; the boom; the bang; the crack
  5. the boom
    the discharge; the explosion; the blast; the boom; the bang; the sudden explosion
  6. the boom
    the rising; the advance; the boom
  7. the boom
    – any of various more-or-less horizontal spars or poles used to extend the foot of a sail or for handling cargo or in mooring 1
    the boom
    – any of various more-or-less horizontal spars or poles used to extend the foot of a sail or for handling cargo or in mooring 1
    • boom [the ~] sustantivo
  8. the boom
    – a pole carrying an overhead microphone projected over a film or tv set 1
    the boom; the microphone boom
    – a pole carrying an overhead microphone projected over a film or tv set 1
  9. the boom
    – a deep prolonged loud noise 1
    the boom; the roar; the thunder; the roaring
    – a deep prolonged loud noise 1
  10. the boom
    – a sudden happening that brings good fortune (as a sudden opportunity to make money) 1
    the boom; the gravy; the windfall; the godsend; the gold rush; the bunce; the manna from heaven; the bonanza
    – a sudden happening that brings good fortune (as a sudden opportunity to make money) 1
    • boom [the ~] sustantivo
      • the demand for testing has created a boom for those unregulated laboratories where boxes of specimen jars are processed like an assembly line1
    • gravy [the ~] sustantivo
    • windfall [the ~] sustantivo
    • godsend [the ~] sustantivo
    • gold rush [the ~] sustantivo
    • bunce [the ~] sustantivo
    • manna from heaven [the ~] sustantivo
    • bonanza [the ~] sustantivo
  11. the boom
    – a state of economic prosperity 1
    the boom
    – a state of economic prosperity 1
    • boom [the ~] sustantivo

to boom verbo (booms, boomed, booming)

  1. to boom
    to shout; to scream; to yell; to bark; to roar; to bellow; to shriek; to bawl; to rant; to rage; to boom; to cry out; to cry
    • shout verbo (shouts, shouted, shouting)
    • scream verbo (screams, screamed, screaming)
    • yell verbo (yells, yelled, yelling)
    • bark verbo (barks, barked, barking)
    • roar verbo (roars, roared, roaring)
    • bellow verbo (bellows, bellowed, bellowing)
    • shriek verbo (shrieks, shrieked, shrieking)
    • bawl verbo (bawls, bawled, bawling)
    • rant verbo (rants, ranted, ranting)
    • rage verbo (rages, raging)
    • boom verbo (booms, boomed, booming)
    • cry out verbo (cry out, cried out, crying out)
    • cry verbo (cries, cried, crying)
  2. to boom
    to bang; to crack; to pop; to boom
    • bang verbo (bangs, banged, banging)
    • crack verbo (cracks, cracked, cracking)
    • pop verbo (pops, popped, popping)
    • boom verbo (booms, boomed, booming)
  3. to boom
    to prosper; to blossom; to bloom; to flourish; to thrive; to do well; to go well; to boom; to keep good time
    • prosper verbo (prospers, prospered, prospering)
    • blossom verbo (blossoms, blossomed, blossoming)
    • bloom verbo (blooms, bloomed, blooming)
    • flourish verbo (flourishes, flourished, flourishing)
    • thrive verbo (thrives, thrived, thriving)
    • do well verbo (does well, did well, doing well)
    • go well verbo (goes well, went well, going well)
    • boom verbo (booms, boomed, booming)
    • keep good time verbo (keeps good time, kept good time, keeping good time)
  4. to boom
    – grow vigorously 1
    to expand; to thrive; to boom; to flourish
    – grow vigorously 1
    • expand verbo (expands, expanded, expanding)
    • thrive verbo (thrives, thrived, thriving)
      • The deer population in this town is thriving1
    • boom verbo (booms, boomed, booming)
      • business is booming1
    • flourish verbo (flourishes, flourished, flourishing)
  5. to boom
    – hit hard 1
    to blast; to boom; to nail; to smash
    – hit hard 1
    • blast verbo (blasts, blasted, blasting)
    • boom verbo (booms, boomed, booming)
    • nail verbo (nails, nailed, nailing)
      • He nailed the ball.2
    • smash verbo (smashs, smashed, smashing)
      • He smashed a 3-run homer1
  6. to boom
    – make a deep hollow sound 1
    to boom; boom out
    – make a deep hollow sound 1
    • boom verbo (booms, boomed, booming)
      • Her voice booms out the words of the song1
    • boom out verbo
  7. to boom
    – make a resonant sound, like artillery 1
    to boom; din
    – make a resonant sound, like artillery 1
    • boom verbo (booms, boomed, booming)
      • His deep voice boomed through the hall1
    • din verbo
  8. to boom
    – be the case that thunder is being heard 1
    to boom; to thunder
    – be the case that thunder is being heard 1
    • boom verbo (booms, boomed, booming)
    • thunder verbo (thunders, thundered, thundering)

Conjugaciones de boom:

present
  1. boom
  2. boom
  3. booms
  4. boom
  5. boom
  6. boom
simple past
  1. boomed
  2. boomed
  3. boomed
  4. boomed
  5. boomed
  6. boomed
present perfect
  1. have boomed
  2. have boomed
  3. has boomed
  4. have boomed
  5. have boomed
  6. have boomed
past continuous
  1. was booming
  2. were booming
  3. was booming
  4. were booming
  5. were booming
  6. were booming
future
  1. shall boom
  2. will boom
  3. will boom
  4. shall boom
  5. will boom
  6. will boom
continuous present
  1. am booming
  2. are booming
  3. is booming
  4. are booming
  5. are booming
  6. are booming
subjunctive
  1. be boomed
  2. be boomed
  3. be boomed
  4. be boomed
  5. be boomed
  6. be boomed
diverse
  1. boom!
  2. let's boom!
  3. boomed
  4. booming
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

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Definiciones relacionadas de "boom":

  1. any of various more-or-less horizontal spars or poles used to extend the foot of a sail or for handling cargo or in mooring1
  2. a pole carrying an overhead microphone projected over a film or tv set1
  3. a deep prolonged loud noise1
  4. a sudden happening that brings good fortune (as a sudden opportunity to make money)1
    • the demand for testing has created a boom for those unregulated laboratories where boxes of specimen jars are processed like an assembly line1
  5. a state of economic prosperity1
  6. grow vigorously1
    • business is booming1
  7. hit hard1
  8. make a deep hollow sound1
    • Her voice booms out the words of the song1
  9. make a resonant sound, like artillery1
    • His deep voice boomed through the hall1
  10. be the case that thunder is being heard1

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