boom englannista suomeksi
To exclaim with force, to shout, to thunder.
To make something boom.
To publicly praise.
1922, Sir (w), ''The Problem of Thor Bridge''
- If you pull this off every paper in England and America will be booming you.
1841, Benjamin Totten, ''Naval Text-book and Dictionary(..)''
- She comes booming down before it.
A low-pitched, resonant sound, such as of an explosion.
1990, Mark A. Berkley, William C. Stebbins, ''Comparative Perception''
- Interestingly, the blue monkey's boom and pyow calls are both long-distance signals (Brown, 1989), yet the two calls differ in respect to their susceptibility to habitat-induced degradation.
1993, ''Vibe'' (volume 1, number 2)
- So we went around the corner, looked in the garbage, and, boom, there's about 16 of the tapes he didn't like!
2013, Peter Westoby, Gerard Dowling, ''Theory and Practice of Dialogical Community Development''
- Hostile race relations and chronic unemployment are ignored in the suburbs of Paris, London and Sydney, and boom! there are riots.
A microphone supported on such a pole.
The longest element of a antenna, on which the other, smaller ones are transversally mounted.
A gymnastics apparatus similar to a balance beam.
To extend, or push, with a boom or pole.
''(usually with "up" or "down")'' To raise or lower with a crane boom.
A period of prosperity, growth, progress, or high market activity.
To cause to advance rapidly in price.
(l), as in a market explosion
boom (dramatically fast increase)
A (l) (sound)
A (l), rapid expansion
A (l) (crane)
(l) (period of prosperity)
(l) (rapid expansion or increase)