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English translation of 'Boom'

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Boom

[buːm ]
masculine nounWord forms: Booms genitive , Booms plural
boom

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Example Sentences Including 'Boom'

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Der lange Boom und die Arbeitszeitverkürzung schufen seit 1983 über 2,7 Millionen neue Jobs im alten Bundesgebiet.
Der Spiegel
Die Folgen wären vielleicht noch erträglich gewesen, wenn wir uns mitten in einem Boom befunden hätten.
Lucy, Herbert R. Kämpfen - ein Leben lang
Ein Produkt der Depression, die paradoxerweise vor allem genau die Mittelklassen traf, die den langen südkalifornischen Boom mit ihren Ersparnissen abgepolstert hatten.
Die Tageszeitung (1995)
Glauben Sie denn, daß der Boom bei Bayern München ohne die Abteilung Hollywood möglich wäre?
Die Tageszeitung (1995)
So sei es vor allem in Ostdeutschland nicht gelungen, den nach 1989 erfolgten Boom im Straßenverkehr auch nur ökologisch zu begrenzen.
Die Tageszeitung (1997)

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In Common Usage. Boom is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'Boom' in Other Languages

British English: bonanza NOUN
You can refer to a sudden great increase in wealth, success, or luck as a bonanza.
The expected sales bonanza hadn't materialised.
  • American English: bonanza
  • Brazilian Portuguese: bonança
  • Chinese: 鸿运
  • European Spanish: bonanza
  • French: boom
  • German: Boom
  • Italian: cuccagna
  • Japanese: 大当たり
  • Korean: 노다지
  • European Portuguese: bonança
  • Latin American Spanish: bonanza
British English: boom NOUN
If there is a boom in the economy, there is an increase in the number of things that people are buying.
An economic boom followed, especially in housing and construction.
  • American English: boom
  • Brazilian Portuguese: crescimento rápido
  • Chinese: > 好景气经济
  • European Spanish: boom
  • French: boom
  • German: Boom
  • Italian: boom
  • Japanese: 好景気
  • Korean: 호황
  • European Portuguese: crescimento rápido
  • Latin American Spanish: boom

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