(figuratively, of speech) To exclaim with force, to shout, to thunder. (verb)
To make something boom. (verb)
To publicly praise. (verb)
A low-pitched, resonant sound, such as of an explosion. (noun)
One of the calls of certain monkeys or birds. (noun)
used to suggest the sound of an explosion. (interjection)
A spar extending the foot of a sail; a spar rigged outboard from a ship's side to which boats are secured in harbour. (noun)
A movable pole used to support a microphone or camera. (noun)
A horizontal member of a crane or derrick, used for lifting. (noun)
The longest element of a Yagi antenna, on which the other, smaller ones, are transversally mounted. (noun)
A floating barrier used to obstruct navigation, for military or other purposes; or used for the containment of an oil spill. (noun)
A wishbone shaped piece of windsurfing equipment. (noun)
The arm of a crane (mechanical lifting machine). (noun)
The section of the arm on a backhoe closest to the tractor. (noun)
A period of prosperity or high market activity. (noun)
To be prosperous. (verb)
To cause to advance rapidly in price. (verb)
Examples of word boom
The cool metal vibrated under his hand, and, even as he waited, a deeper vibration went through the wall, boom, _boom_, low and rhythmic, like the beating of some great hidden heart, like the heart of the mountain itself, vast and stony and old.
_Boom, boom, boom_, it broke nearer and nearer, as if a vast cordon of cannon was being drawn around the horizon.
_Boom, boom, boom_, it broke nearer and nearer as if a vast cordon of cannon was being drawn around the horizon.
Oh, and by the way, despite various online rumours Neil is not dead ... he just has an art attack * boom boom*
In the mid-'80s, Ms. Rosner sang what she calls "boom, boom techno-pop '80s dance music" with the girl band Girl Talk.