Translation of "boost" - English-Spanish dictionary


verb uk /buːst/ us /bust/

to increase or improve something

We hope that lower prices will boost house sales.
noun [ usually no plural ] uk /buːst/ us /bust/

something that makes you feel more confident and happy, or that helps something to increase or improve

Passing my test was a boost to my confidence.

(Translation of “boost” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)


verb /buːst/

to expand; to make greater; to improve

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.

(Translation of “boost” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)