- vt. 使兴旺；发隆隆声
- vi. 急速发展；发隆隆声
- n. 繁荣；吊杆；隆隆声
- n. (Boom)人名；(法、德)博姆
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1. 一胎生了600 个MM， baby boom 婴儿潮（二战时期）， baby boomer（二战时期出生的人）。
- boom: see beam
- boom (v.)
- mid-15c., earliest use was for bees and wasps, probably echoic of humming. The meaning "make a loud noise" is 15c. Compare bomb. Meaning "to burst into prosperity" (of places, businesses, etc.) is 1871, American English. Related: Boomed; booming. Boom box first attested 1978.
- boom (n.1)
- "long pole," 1540s, from Scottish boun, borrowed from Dutch boom "tree, pole, beam," from a Middle Dutch word analogous to Old English beam (see beam (n.)).
- boom (n.2)
- in the business sense, 1873, sometimes said to be from boom (n.1), from the nautical meaning "a long spar run out to extend the foot of a sail" -- a ship "booming" being one in full sail. But it could just as well be from boom (v.) on the notion of "suddenness."
- 1. The boom of the 1980s led to a taste for petrol-guzzling cars.
- 2. The stillness of night was broken by the boom of a cannon.
- 3. This boom has been engineered by the Chancellor for short-term political reasons.
- 4. Brisbane has become the boom town for Australian film and television.
- 5. U.S. manufacturers may find the export boom stopping dead in its tracks.
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