Translation of boost in Spanish:
- 1.1 countable (uplift) See examples: the results are a boost to her campaignit was a tremendous boost to her confidencelos resultados son un incentivo or un espaldarazo para su campañato give a boost to somethingle dio mucha más confianza en sí mismathe theater is to receive a $250,000 boost in subsidiesdar empuje a algoestimular algoel teatro recibirá una inyección de 250.000 dólares en ayudas oficialesExample sentences1.2 countable (lift, leg-up) (no plural) he gave me a boost over the wall/up onto the roof
me dio impulso para saltar la tapia/para subir al tejadoExample sentences
- It will be a great boost for the local economy and hopefully kick-start a wider regeneration of the area.
- Council officials believe the draw of over 2,000, mainly young adults into the area will provide a major boost for the local economy.
- The news is also a timely boost for the local economy.
- This time, Ian gave me a boost up, and I was climbing.
- She gave me a boost up so I could crawl into it, being the smallest one of us.
- You gave me a boost over the high fences.
- (economy/production)(morale)(pressure/signal)(Electricity)to boost somebody's confidenceshe boosts her diet with vitamin pillsdarle más confianza en sí mismo a alguienthe TV show has boosted its audiencecomplementa su dieta con vitaminasel número de telespectadores del programa ha aumentadoExample sentences
- These will primarily be aimed at the old, young families and savers - but there will also be some measures to boost productivity and encourage entrepreneurship.
- Political freedom, during the 1950s and 1960s, was about increased production, boosting agriculture and stimulating industry.
- Instead he preferred state-sponsored measures that would boost trade and thereby encourage employers to employ.
- Therefore, one or more optical regenerators is spliced along the cable to boost the degraded light signals.
- Still, this loss is tolerable, because the amplifier boosts the signal level enough to get it to the donor site.
- As existing analogue transmitters are switched off region by region, the strength of the digital signal will be boosted.
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