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  1. boom

    • IPA[bo͞om]

    美式

    • n.
      a spar pivoting on the after side of the mast and to which the foot of a vessel's sail is attached, allowing the angle of the sail to be changed.;a movable arm over a television or movie set, carrying a microphone or camera
    • noun: boom, plural noun: booms

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    • 1. a spar pivoting on the after side of the mast and to which the foot of a vessel's sail is attached, allowing the angle of the sail to be changed.
    • a movable arm over a television or movie set, carrying a microphone or camera a boom mike
    • a long beam extending upward at an angle from the mast of a derrick, for guiding or supporting objects being moved or suspended.
    • a floating beam used to contain oil spills or to form a barrier across the mouth of a harbor or river.
    • a retractable tube for inflight transfer of fuel from a tanker airplane to another airplane.
    • n.
      a spar run out forward as an extension of the bowsprit.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a town undergoing rapid growth due to sudden prosperity: the automobile was in its heady adolescence, and Detroit was America's newest boom town

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      an exclamation made after delivering the punchline of a joke

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a loud explosive noise caused by the shock wave from an aircraft traveling faster than the ...

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    • IPA[buːm]

    英式

    • n.
      a loud, deep, resonant sound: the deep boom of the bass drum
    • v.
      make a loud, deep, resonant sound: thunder boomed in the sky

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    • IPA[bo͞om]

    美式

    • n.
      a loud, deep, resonant sound: the deep boom of the bass drum
    • v.
      make a loud, deep, resonant sound: thunder boomed in the sky her voice boomed out

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[buːm]

    英式

    • n.
      a pivoted spar to which the foot of a vessel's sail is attached, allowing the angle of the ...

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    • IPA[bo͞om]

    美式

    • n.
      a period of great prosperity or rapid economic growth: a boom in precious metal mining a boom economy
    • v.
      enjoy a period of great prosperity or rapid economic growth: business is booming the popularity of soy-based foods has boomed in the last two decades

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    英式

    • n.
      a period of great prosperity or rapid economic growth: the London property boom
    • v.
      experience a period of great prosperity or rapid economic growth: business is booming

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