01. Business in the computer industry is really [booming] these days.02. The American economy really went through a [boom] in the 1950s after the end of the Second World War.03. House prices are very high right now, and construction is [booming] in town.04. We heard the [boom] of thunder just as we were getting ready to leave for our picnic.05. The end of the 1940s was the beginning of the baby-[boom] in this country, a time when a lot of children were born.06. Our company started out quite slowly, but business is certainly [booming] these days.07. After I heard a loud [boom], I ran into the room, where I found that the cat had knocked over a pile of books.08. There is an Armenian proverb which states that the voice of the people is louder than the [boom] of a cannon.09. The bomb exploded with a huge, "[Boom]!"10. The current economic [boom] is Qatar is being fuelled by a giant bubble of natural gas discovered under the sandy bottom of the Persian Gulf.11. The economy of southern China is really [booming] these days.12. South Africa's tourism industry has [boomed] in recent years.13. Over the past 20 years, the tourist industry in Guam has grown rapidly, creating a construction [boom] for new hotels.14. At the height of the property [boom] in Japan during the 1980s, the Emperor's 300-acre palace in central Tokyo was valued at more than all of Canada.15. The voice of the President [boomed] over the microphone.16. The post-war economic [boom] had an enormous effect on the industrialization of the country.17. The town was founded during the gold [boom] of the late 1800s.18. The real estate business is currently enjoying a land [boom] the likes of which has not been seen in this city for over fifty years.19. We could hear the drums [booming] as we entered the fair grounds where the concert was taking place.20. I almost got my head knocked off when the [boom] swung around as Gary adjusted the direction of the sails.21. The lines on the boat trailed from twin [booms].
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boom — boom … Dictionnaire des rimes
boom — [ bum ] n. m. • 1885; mot angl. amér. « détonation » 1 ♦ Vx Réclame tapageuse pour lancer une affaire. 2 ♦ (1892) Fin. Brusque hausse du cours de valeurs ou de marchandises. ⇒ bond, 1. boum. Le boom des prix. ⇒ flambée. Écon. Croissance soudaine… … Encyclopédie Universelle
Boom — may refer to:Pole or spar application* Boom (sailing), spar at the foot of a sail on a sailboat * Boom (windsurfing), a wishbone shaped piece of windsurfing equipment * Boom barrier, a barrier used to block vehicular access through a controlled… … Wikipedia
Boom (P.O.D.) — Boom Single par P.O.D. extrait de l’album Satellite Sortie 14 Mai 2002 Enregistrement 2001 Bay 7 à Valley Village, California et Sparky Dark à Calabasas, California Durée 3:08 Genre … Wikipédia en Français
boom — boom·age; boom; boom·das·sie; boom·i·ness; boom·less; boom·let; boom·slang; boom·ster; dis·sel·boom; doorn·boom; jib·boom; keur·boom; ko·ker·boom; na·boom; spek·boom; wit·te·boom; won·der·boom; boom·er; boom·ing·ly; kar·roo·boom; wit·gat·boom; … English syllables
Boom — (engl. für „Wirtschaftsblüte“, „Kranausleger“, „dröhnen“, „wummern“) bezeichnet: eine Konjunkturphase, siehe Hochkonjunktur in der Raumfahrttechnik einen Ausleger, siehe Boom (Raumfahrt) eine Gemeinde in Belgien, siehe Boom (Belgien) ein… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Boom FM — Création 1er mai 2003 Propriétaire Astral Radio Slogan « La Radio Des Légendes » Langue Français et … Wikipédia en Français
boom — fonosimb., s.m.inv. CO 1. fonosimb., voce che imita il rumore di uno scoppio; anche s.m.inv. 2. s.m.inv., improvviso e rapido sviluppo di un fenomeno: boom dell edilizia, boom demografico | in economia, fase di massima espansione produttiva: gli… … Dizionario italiano
boom — s.n. Denumire dată perioadei de avânt economic, caracterizată prin creşterea producţiei, a profiturilor, scăderea şomajului etc. [pr.: bum] – cuv. engl. Trimis de valeriu, 21.03.2003. Sursa: DEX 98 BOOM s.n. 1. Ridicare rapidă şi mare a… … Dicționar Român
Boom — Sm Aufschwung erw. fach. (19. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus ne. boom, dieses wohl zu ne. boom sich plötzlich unter beträchtlicher Geräuschentwicklung sehr heftig fortbewegen , das wohl lautnachahmenden Ursprungs ist. Ebenso nndl. boom, nfrz.… … Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache
boom — boom1 [bo͞om] vi. [ME bummen, to hum; like Du bommen, Ger bummen, orig. echoic] to make a deep, hollow, resonant sound vt. to speak or indicate with such a sound: usually with out [the clock boomed out the hour] n. 1. a booming sound, as of… … English World dictionary