There are 2 translations of boom in Spanish:

boom1

Pronunciation: /buːm/

n

  • 1 [Econ] [Fin] boom (m) the boom of the twenties el boom económico de los años 20 a period of economic boom un período de auge or boom económico a boom in house prices un boom en el precio de la vivienda to go from boom to bust pasar del boom a la quiebra (before n) boom industry industria (f) en auge boom year año (m) de boom or de gran prosperidad

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In Santiago, Chile, there are almost a dozen newspapers. The most important dailies are El Mercurio (www.elmercurio.cl), founded in 1900, La Nación, and La Tercera (www.tercera.cl).

There are 2 translations of boom in Spanish:

boom2

vi

  • 1 [wind/waves] bramar; [guns] tronar*; [explosion] producir* un estruendo
  • 2 (usu in -ing form) [market/industry] vivir un boom sales are booming hay un boom de (las) ventas

vt

  • decir* con voz resonante or de trueno

Phrasal verbs

boom out

v + adv [voice/answer/gun] retumbar, resonar* 1.1v + o + adv, v + adv + o he boomed out a warning to them les hizo una advertencia con voz de trueno the loudspeakers boomed out the news la noticia resonó por los altavoces

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In Santiago, Chile, there are almost a dozen newspapers. The most important dailies are El Mercurio (www.elmercurio.cl), founded in 1900, La Nación, and La Tercera (www.tercera.cl).