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Translation of "boost" - English-Spanish dictionary

boost

verb   /buːst/
to increase or improve something incentivar We hope that lower prices will boost house sales.
noun [usually no plural]   /buːst/
something that makes you feel more confident and happy, or that helps something to increase or improve incentivo Passing my test was a boost to my confidence.
(Definition of boost from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

boost

verb /buːst/
to expand; to make greater; to improve aumentar We’ve succeeding in boosting the sales figures Winning the game helped to boost his confidence.
booster noun
a person or thing that boosts tónico, incentivo That was a real morale booster for me (= That made me feel more cheerful and optimistic).
the first stage of a rocket that works by several stages. motor auxiliar de propulsión
a device for increasing power, force etc elevador de voltaje I’ve fixed a booster on the TV aerial to improve the signal.
(Definition of boost from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “boost”
in Korean 북돋다…
in Arabic يَزيد…
in Malaysian tambah…
in French gonfler, renforcer…
in Russian повышать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 改善, 提高, 增強…
in Italian aumentare, incrementare…
in Turkish geliştirmek, artırmak…
in Polish podreperować…
in Vietnamese làm tăng…
in Portuguese aumentar…
in Thai ส่งเสริม…
in German Auftrieb geben…
in Catalan incrementar, incentivar…
in Japanese ~を増やす, 促進する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 改善, 提高, 增强…
in Indonesian meningkatkan…
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