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boom
[buːm]
noun
1. barrera (f) (Naut) (barrier); botavara (f) (for sail)
2. jirafa (f) (cine & televisión)
noun
1. auge (m) (boom) (m) (economic)
  • boom town ciudad (f) en auge
intransitive verb
2. estar en auge, dispararse (business, trade)
noun
1. estruendo (m) retumbo (m) (sound)
intransitive verb
2. retumbar (thunder, gun)
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
(pl booms)
[bum]
masculine noun
1. 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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