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Noun
An increase or improvement
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“The boost in our profits would come primarily from our service department.”
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A source of help or encouragement
“It's certainly been a great boost for us to have had him here.”
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A push from below
“He gave me a boost over the wall.”
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Something that arouses activity or energy in someone or something
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“A tax cut may just be the boost that the economy needs.”
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Increase, swelling
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An instance of kind, or charitable, behavior
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The giving out of information about a product, person, or company for advertising or promotional purposes
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Something that promotes action or activity, especially in an official capacity
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Advantage of early start
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Specifically (Sport) a motivational or tactical talk given to players by the team manager or coach, in the context of a particular match
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A medicinal substance taken to give a feeling of vigour or well-being
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A thrill of pleasurable, often reckless, excitement
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The act or condition of increasing in speed or rate
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The act of lauding
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A high place or position
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To increase in degree, amount, size, or value
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“A healthy, nutrient-rich, balanced diet in the pre-conception period will boost your chances of having a healthy baby.”
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To help or encourage someone or something
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“Studies have shown that preserving the forest around plantations can boost crop yields.”
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To push from below
“He would boost Ann over the wall to aid her in her escape from the sorority.”
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To advertise or create publicity for
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“Many fans accused the singer of using bots on social media to boost his album.”
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(slang) To take (something) illegally
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“Winnie was caught on camera trying to boost designer clothes from a Saks Fifth Avenue store.”
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To suffuse with vigor, life, energy, or spirit
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To strengthen or reaffirm in rank or position
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To exert force or pressure on
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Describe or represent as admirable, especially unjustifiably
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To make better, or improve, something perceived to be in a negative condition
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To compliment someone, especially for an achievement
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To function in a complementary manner with
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To work in an organized and active way towards a particular goal
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To start a motor vehicle by passing an electrical current from a charged battery to the discharged battery of the vehicle being started, by means of a booster cable connecting the two batteries
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To express or feel agreement with (an idea or proposal)
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Become three times as much or as many
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To give or add flavor to by seasoning
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