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boom 1

British English: /buːm/
American English: /bum/

noun

transitive verb

  • (shout) “welcome!” he boomed
    “benvenuto!” disse con voce tonante, stentorea

intransitive verb

Phrasal verbs

boom out:

1 boom out (music, sound) 2 boom [something] out, boom out [something]
(person)
urlare (speech)
(loudspeaker)
fare risuonare (announcement)
(drum)
battere (rhythm)

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boom 2
British English: /buːm/
American English: /bum/

noun

  • 1 (Economics)
    (period of prosperity) boom (masculine)
    forte espansione (feminine)
    (in demand, sales etc.) aumento (masculine) improvviso
    esplosione (feminine) (in di)
    (in prices) impennata (feminine) (in di)
    baby boom
    baby boom, boom delle nascite
    export, consumer boom
    boom delle esportazioni, dei consumi
    property, credit boom
    boom del mercato immobiliare, dei crediti
    a boom and bust economy
    un'economia a fasi alterne (di espansione e di recessione)

adjective before n

  • (economy, industry, sector, town)
    in forte espansione
    (period, year)
    di boom
    (share)
    in forte rialzo

transitive verb

intransitive verb

  • 1 (prosper)
    (economy, trade, industry)
    essere in forte espansione, in pieno boom
    (exports, sales)
    aumentare improvvisamente, esplodere
    (prices)
    impennarsi
    business is booming
  • 2 (increase in popularity)
    (hobby, sport)
    essere in pieno boom, avere un successo travolgente

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boom 3
British English: /buːm/
American English: /bum/

noun

Idioms

to lower the boom on somebody

(American English) [informal]
= imporre a qualcuno la disciplina con provvedimenti restrittivi

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