Meaning of BOOST in English

BOOST

I.

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ big , enormous , great , huge , major , significant , tremendous

▪ much-needed , welcome

The new factory will provide a much-needed ~ to the local economy.

▪ extra , unexpected

▪ confidence , ego , financial , morale , psychological

▪ energy , performance

VERB + BOOST

▪ give sb , provide (sb with)

▪ get , receive

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ for

The Olympics provided a ~ for Chinese products.

▪ ~ in

a big ~ in sales

▪ ~ to

a ~ to the economy

II.

verb

ADVERB

▪ considerably , dramatically , greatly , significantly , substantially

▪ artificially

VERB + BOOST

▪ help (to)

The new service helped ~ profits by 10%.

PREPOSITION

▪ to

The total was ~ed to nearly $200 by donations from parents.

Boost is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ appeal , ↑ attendance , ↑ budget , ↑ career , ↑ chance , ↑ circulation , ↑ confidence , ↑ consumption , ↑ demand , ↑ dividend , ↑ earnings , ↑ economy , ↑ effectiveness , ↑ efficiency , ↑ ego , ↑ employment , ↑ energy , ↑ enrolment , ↑ esteem , ↑ export , ↑ finance , ↑ fortune , ↑ fund , ↑ funding , ↑ growth , ↑ hope , ↑ image , ↑ immunity , ↑ import , ↑ income , ↑ intake , ↑ investment , ↑ level , ↑ mood , ↑ morale , ↑ pay , ↑ pension , ↑ per cent , ↑ performance , ↑ popularity , ↑ prestige , ↑ price , ↑ production , ↑ productivity , ↑ profile , ↑ profit , ↑ profitability , ↑ prospect , ↑ rating , ↑ return , ↑ revenue , ↑ salary , ↑ sale , ↑ saving , ↑ score , ↑ self-confidence , ↑ signal , ↑ spending , ↑ squad , ↑ strength , ↑ takings , ↑ tourism , ↑ trade , ↑ traffic , ↑ turnout , ↑ turnover , ↑ value

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