boost

boost
bu:st
1. verb
(to expand; to make greater; to improve: We've boosted the sales figures; It's boosted his reputation.) aumentar

2. noun
(a piece of help, encouragement etc: This publicity will give our sales a real boost.) impulso
boost1 n impulso / estímulo
boost2 vb impulsar / estimular
boost
tr[bʊːst]
noun
1 (incentive) incentivo, estímulo
2 (promotion) promoción nombre femenino, fomento
3 (increase) aumento
4 (push up) empujón nombre masculino hacia arriba, empuje nombre masculino hacia arriba
transitive verb
1 (create an incentive) incentivar, estimular
2 (promote) promocionar, fomentar
3 (increase) aumentar
4 (push up) empujar hacia arriba
5 SMALLELECTRICITY/SMALL aumentar el voltaje
6 (morale) levantar
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to give somebody a boost (raise spirits) dar aliento a alguien 2 (help up) aupar a alguien
boost ['bu:st] vt
1) lift: levantar, alzar
2) increase: aumentar, incrementar
3) promote: promover, fomentar, hacer publicidad por
boost n
1) thrust: impulso m, empujón m
2) encouragement: estímulo m, aliento m
3) increase: aumento m, incremento m
boost
n.
alza s.f.
ayuda s.f.
empujón s.m.
v.
alcanzar v.
empujar v.
fomentar v.
reforzar v.

I buːst
count noun (uplift)

to give a boost to something — dar* empuje a algo, estimular algo

it was a tremendous boost to her confidence — le dio mucha más confianza en sí misma


II
transitive verb \<\<economy/production\>\> estimular; \<\<sales\>\> aumentar, incrementar; \<\<morale\>\> levantar

to boost somebody's confidence — darle* más confianza en sí mismo a alguien

[buːst]
1. N
1) (=encouragement) estímulo m , aliento m

to give a boost to — estimular, alentar

2) (=upward thrust) (to person) empuje m , empujón m ; (to rocket) impulso m , propulsión f
2. VT
1) (=increase) [+ sales, production] fomentar, incrementar; [+ confidence, hopes] estimular

to boost sb's morale — levantar la moral a algn

2) (=promote) [+ product] promover, hacer publicidad de; [+ person] dar bombo a
3) (Elec) [+ voltage] elevar; [+ radio signal] potenciar
4) (Space) propulsar, lanzar
* * *

I [buːst]
count noun (uplift)

to give a boost to something — dar* empuje a algo, estimular algo

it was a tremendous boost to her confidence — le dio mucha más confianza en sí misma


II
transitive verb \<\<economy/production\>\> estimular; \<\<sales\>\> aumentar, incrementar; \<\<morale\>\> levantar

to boost somebody's confidence — darle* más confianza en sí mismo a alguien


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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