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Verb
To receive an advantage from
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“Locals are hoping that business will boom once the festival starts.”
Verb
To develop, increase or grow rapidly
“He felt that greater government regulation would create consumer trust and sales would boom.”
Verb
To make a loud, deep, resonant sound
“The thunder would boom in the distance with cracks of light breaking the sky.”
Verb
To say in a loud, deep, resonant voice
“But when he wanted something done, he would boom at her until she shook in her shoes.”
Noun
Plural for a loud, deep, resonant sound
“A loud boom was heard as these battling behemoths fell toward the ground, pinning poor Ms. Cantazo underneath.”
Noun
Plural for an instance or period of increasing or expanding in amount, value or size
“State wildlife biologist Joe Lamandola says that with the population boom has come a boom in complaints.”
Noun
Plural for a period of prosperity or economic growth
“During the economic boom of the '80s and early '90s, the sector's output grew by 20 percent per year.”
Noun
Plural for a movable pole, typically used to support a microphone or camera
“When you move a boom mic in front of a lighted scene and move the boom around a little, you may notice shadows on the actor or on the background whenever the mic or boom passes through a spotlight beam.”
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