boom
Noun
1. (sound) 
a. el estruendo m, retumbo (M) 
intransitive verb
2. (thunder, gun) 
a. retumbar 
boom [buːm]
noun
[of guns] estruendo (m); estampido (m); [of thunder] retumbo (m); trueno (m);
intransitive verb
[+voice, radio] (also boom out) resonar; retumbar; [+sea] bramar; [+gun] tronar; retumbar;
transitive verb
(also boom out) tronar
boom [buːm]
noun
1 (Náut) botalón (m); botavara (f)
2 (across harbour) barrera (f)
3 [of crane] aguilón (m); [of microphone] jirafa (f)
boom [buːm]
noun
(in an industry) auge (m); boom (m); (period of growth) expansión (f)
in boom conditions en condiciones de prosperidad repentina
intransitive verb
[+prices] estar en alza; [+commodity] tener mucha demanda; [+industry, town] gozar de un boom; estar en auge
business is booming el negocio está en auge
modifier
boom economy (n) economía (f) de alza
boom market (n) mercado (m) de alza
boom town (n) ciudad (f) beneficiaria del auge
boom
masculine noun
1. (period of prosperity) 
a. boom 
Mi abuelo amasó su fortuna durante el boom económico de la posguerra.My grandfather amassed his fortune during the post-war economic boom.
2. (sudden increase) 
a. boom 
Los años sesenta fueron testigo del boom turístico español.The sixties witnessed a tourism boom in Spain.
3. (sudden success) 
a. boom 
La novela histórica ha experimentado un boom sin precedentes en los últimos años.The historical novel has experienced an unprecedented boom in recent years.
boom
Noun
1. (general) 
a. boom 
boom [bum]
boom
dar boom a un problema to exaggerate a problem; make a meal of a problem
boom inmobiliario property boom
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