Definition of booming in English:

booming

Line breaks: boom|ing
Pronunciation: /buːmɪŋ
 
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adjective

1Having a period of great prosperity or rapid economic growth: the booming economy of the 1920s
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  • World War II and its aftermath also launched a period of booming prosperity, population growth, and economic diversification.
  • The booming economy and rapid growth of new media have helped the entertainment industry flourish.
  • Youth soccer remains in a period of booming growth throughout North America.
Synonyms
2(Of a sound or voice) loud, deep, and resonant: his booming voice a booming laugh
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  • There was once more a deep booming laugh that sounded like thunder.
  • There was a loud booming noise that sounded like a gas tank exploding in the condo unit below.
  • Light spilled out from upper and lower windows, even though it was early in the morning, and loud, booming voices resounded from inside.
Synonyms
3Struck with great force: a booming kick from the touchline
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  • And the thing that stood out was his booming kicks.
  • His booming kicks to touch were a winning factor.
  • One setback will be the loss of punter Joey Hildbold, who regularly bails out the offense with booming kicks.

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