Hay 2 definiciones de bolster en inglés:

bolster1

Silabificación: bol·ster
Pronunciación: /ˈbōlstər
 
/

sustantivo

(also bolster pillow)
1A long, thick pillow that is placed under other pillows for support.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Sessions were kept short or broken for comfort breaks so that she could be re-positioned with supporting pillows and bolsters.
  • Aside from formula, Nadiyah's parents have taken all her favorite items with them, including a pillow and a bolster, to help make the pilgrimage a rewarding experience for her.
  • They normally sat cross-legged on the floor, preferably on a carpet with bolsters or pillows.
1.1A part of a vehicle or tool providing structural support.
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  • The modified double-ground blade and angular bolsters flow into a handle that fits the palm like a glove.
  • These screwdrivers had a forged one-piece tempered blade including a bolster and special wings on two sides.
  • The bolsters, handle. pivot pin and release mechanism all presented unique technical challenges.
1.2 Building A short timber cap over a post designed to increase the bearing of the beams it supports.

verbo

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1Support or strengthen; prop up: the fall in interest rates is starting to bolster confidence he wished to bolster up his theories with hard data
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • If stress becomes apparent to the coach, he should attempt to bolster confidence with moral support.
  • While working to bolster this great strength, she also took its perceived weaknesses in hand.
  • To bolster their market strength today, producers must have the ability to do more than negotiate with the local canner or grocery store.
1.1Provide (a seat) with padded support: (as adjective bolstered) I snuggled down into the heavily bolstered seat
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The seats are well bolstered and leather trim is also available.

Origen

Old English (in the sense 'long, thick pillow'), of Germanic origin; related to Dutch bolster and German Polster.

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Pronunciación: naʊs
noun
common sense; practical intelligence

Hay 2 definiciones de bolster en inglés:

bolster2

Saltos de línea: bol|ster
Pronunciación: /ˈbəʊlstə/

Entrada del diccionario de Inglés Británico & Universal

sustantivo

A heavy chisel used for cutting bricks.

Origen

early 20th century: of unknown origin.