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boomtownnoun [C]

(also boom town) uk   us   /ˈbuːmtaʊn/
ECONOMICS a town or city that ​experiences a sudden ​increase in ​size and ​businessactivity: In many of India's boomtowns, a ​car is an important ​part of the ​middle-class dream, a ​symbol of ​status and comfort. an ​oil/a ​mining boomtown
(Definition of boomtown from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “boomtown”
in Chinese (Simplified) 新兴城市…
in Chinese (Traditional) 新興城市…
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