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Detailed Synonyms for booster in English

booster:

booster [the ~] noun

  1. the booster
    – an additional dose that makes sure the first dose was effective 1
    the recall dose; the booster dose; the booster shot; the booster
    – an additional dose that makes sure the first dose was effective 1
  2. the booster
    – the first stage of a multistage rocket 1
    the takeoff rocket; the booster unit; the booster; the takeoff booster; the booster rocket
    – the first stage of a multistage rocket 1
  3. the booster
    – an amplifier for restoring the strength of a transmitted signal 1
    the relay station; the relay transmitter; the booster station; the booster; the relay link; the booster amplifier
    – an amplifier for restoring the strength of a transmitted signal 1
  4. the booster
    – a thief who steals goods that are in a store 1
    the lifter; the shoplifter; the booster
    – a thief who steals goods that are in a store 1
  5. the booster
    – someone who is an active supporter and advocate 1
    the promoter; the plugger; the booster
    – someone who is an active supporter and advocate 1
  6. the booster
    – a person who backs a politician or a team etc. 1
    the friend; the protagonist; the champion; the supporter; the admirer; the booster
    – a person who backs a politician or a team etc. 1

Alternate Synonyms for "booster":


Related Definitions for "booster":

  1. an additional dose that makes sure the first dose was effective1
  2. the first stage of a multistage rocket1
  3. an amplifier for restoring the strength of a transmitted signal1
  4. a thief who steals goods that are in a store1
  5. someone who is an active supporter and advocate1
  6. a person who backs a politician or a team etc.1

booster form of boost:

to boost verb (boosts, boosted, boosting)

  1. to boost
    to encourage; to boost; to push on
    • encourage verb (encourages, encouraged, encouraging)
    • boost verb (boosts, boosted, boosting)
    • push on verb (pushes on, pushed on, pushing on)
  2. to boost
    to refurbish; to boost; jack up v; to pep up; to patch up
    • refurbish verb (refurbishs, refurbished, refurbishing)
    • boost verb (boosts, boosted, boosting)
    • jack up v verb
    • pep up verb (peps up, pepped up, pepping up)
    • patch up verb (patches up, patched up, patching up)
  3. to boost
    – give a boost to; be beneficial to 1
    to boost
    – give a boost to; be beneficial to 1
    • boost verb (boosts, boosted, boosting)
      • The tax cut will boost the economy1
  4. to boost
    – increase or raise 1
    to advance; to boost; supercharge
    – increase or raise 1
    • advance verb (advances, advanced, advancing)
    • boost verb (boosts, boosted, boosting)
      • boost the voltage in an electrical circuit1
  5. to boost
    – push or shove upward, as if from below or behind 1
    to boost
    – push or shove upward, as if from below or behind 1
    • boost verb (boosts, boosted, boosting)
      • The singer had to be boosted onto the stage by a special contraption1
  6. to boost
    – increase 1
    to boost; to hike; hike up
    – increase 1
    • boost verb (boosts, boosted, boosting)
    • hike verb (hikes, hiked, hiking)
      • The landlord hiked up the rents1
    • hike up verb
  7. to boost
    – contribute to the progress or growth of 1
    to advance; to encourage; to further; to boost; to promote
    – contribute to the progress or growth of 1
    • advance verb (advances, advanced, advancing)
    • encourage verb (encourages, encouraged, encouraging)
    • further verb (furthers, furthered, furthering)
    • boost verb (boosts, boosted, boosting)
    • promote verb (promotes, promoted, promoting)
      • I am promoting the use of computers in the classroom1

Conjugations for boost:

present
  1. boost
  2. boost
  3. boosts
  4. boost
  5. boost
  6. boost
simple past
  1. boosted
  2. boosted
  3. boosted
  4. boosted
  5. boosted
  6. boosted
present perfect
  1. have boosted
  2. have boosted
  3. has boosted
  4. have boosted
  5. have boosted
  6. have boosted
past continuous
  1. was boosting
  2. were boosting
  3. was boosting
  4. were boosting
  5. were boosting
  6. were boosting
future
  1. shall boost
  2. will boost
  3. will boost
  4. shall boost
  5. will boost
  6. will boost
continuous present
  1. am boosting
  2. are boosting
  3. is boosting
  4. are boosting
  5. are boosting
  6. are boosting
subjunctive
  1. be boosted
  2. be boosted
  3. be boosted
  4. be boosted
  5. be boosted
  6. be boosted
diverse
  1. boost!
  2. let's boost!
  3. boosted
  4. boosting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

boost [the ~] noun

  1. the boost
    the stimulus; the incentive; the impulse; the momentum; the boost; the spur; the drive; the impetus
  2. the boost
    – the act of giving hope or support to someone 1
    the boost; the encouragement
    – the act of giving hope or support to someone 1
  3. the boost
    – the act of giving a push 1
    the boost
    – the act of giving a push 1
    • boost [the ~] noun
      • he gave her a boost over the fence1
  4. the boost
    – an increase in cost 1
    the rise; the boost; the hike; the cost increase
    – an increase in cost 1

boost

  1. boost

Related Words for "boost":

  • boosting, boosts

Alternate Synonyms for "boost":


Related Definitions for "boost":

  1. the act of giving hope or support to someone1
  2. the act of giving a push1
    • he gave her a boost over the fence1
  3. an increase in cost1
  4. give a boost to; be beneficial to1
    • The tax cut will boost the economy1
  5. increase or raise1
    • boost the voltage in an electrical circuit1
  6. push or shove upward, as if from below or behind1
    • The singer had to be boosted onto the stage by a special contraption1
  7. increase1
  8. contribute to the progress or growth of1

Related Synonyms for booster