Sinónimos de boom en inglés:

boom


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nombre

1‘she heard the boom of the waves on the rocks below’

SINÓNIMOS
reverberation, resonance, resounding
thunder, thundering, roaring, echoing, re-echoing, blasting, crashing, drumming, thrumming, pounding
roar, rumble, bellow, bang, blast, blare, loud noise

2‘retailers are cashing in on an unprecedented boom’

SINÓNIMOS
upturn, upsurge, upswing, increase, advance, growth spurt, boost
expansion, escalation, augmentation, improvement, progress, development, success
ANTÓNIMOS

recession, slump


verbo

1‘thunder boomed in the sky overhead’

SINÓNIMOS
reverberate, resound, resonate
rumble, thunder, ring out, sound loudly, blare, echo, fill the air
crack, crash, roll, clap, explode, bang, blast

2‘a voice boomed at her from a small doorway’

SINÓNIMOS
bellow, roar, thunder, shout, bawl, yell, bark
Norteamericano coloquial holler
marginal vociferate
ANTÓNIMOS

whisper

3‘the property market continued to boom’

SINÓNIMOS
flourish, burgeon, thrive, prosper, progress, do well, succeed, be successful, improve, pick up, come on
grow rapidly, develop, expand, balloon, increase, swell, intensify, mushroom, snowball, rocket
ANTÓNIMOS

decline, slump