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  • boost — ▪ I. boost boost 1 [buːst] verb [transitive] 1. to increase something such as production, sales, or prices: • The advertising campaign is intended to boost sales. • Another cut in interest rates would boost stock prices. • 800 jobs have been cut… …   Financial and business terms

  • boost — 1 verb (T) 1 to increase something such as production, sales etc because they are not as high as you want them to be: The advertising campaign is intended to boost sales. 2 boost sb s confidence/morale/ego to make someone feel more confident and… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • boost — 1. noun 1) a boost to one s morale just the boost I needed Syn: uplift, lift, spur, encouragement, help, inspiration, stimulus, pick me up; informal shot in the arm 2) a boost in sales Syn: inc …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • boost — /bu:st/ noun help given to increase something ● This publicity will give sales a boost. ● The government hopes to give a boost to industrial development. ■ verb to make something increase ● We expect our publicity campaign to boost sales by 25%.… …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • boost — 1. verb they used advertising to boost sales Syn: increase, raise, escalate, improve, strengthen, inflate, push up, promote, advance, foster, stimulate, encourage, facilitate, help, assist, aid; informal hike, bump up …   Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • boost — [[t]bu͟ːst[/t]] ♦♦♦ boosts, boosting, boosted 1) VERB If one thing boosts another, it causes it to increase, improve, or be more successful. [V n] It wants the government to take action to boost the economy... [V n] The move is designed to boost… …   English dictionary

  • boost — v. & n. colloq. 1 a promote or increase the reputation of (a person, scheme, commodity, etc.) by praise or advertising; push; increase or assist (boosted his spirits; boost sales). b push from below; assist (boosted me up the tree). 2 a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • sales volume — UK US noun [C or U] FINANCE, COMMERCE ► the quantity or number of products sold or services provided by a company in a particular period of time: »higher/lower/total sales volume(s) »boost/increase sales volume sales volume grows/increases/falls… …   Financial and business terms

  • boost — boost1 [ bust ] verb transitive ** ▸ 1 help something improve etc. ▸ 2 make someone feel positive ▸ 3 lift someone up ▸ 4 advertise ▸ 5 steal 1. ) to help something to increase, improve, or become more successful: Their share price climbed again… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • boost */*/ — I UK [buːst] / US [bust] verb [transitive] Word forms boost : present tense I/you/we/they boost he/she/it boosts present participle boosting past tense boosted past participle boosted 1) to help something to increase, improve, or become more… …   English dictionary

  • boost — 01. Business leaders are calling on the government to cut taxes in order to [boost] the economy. 02. In order to [boost] enrollment, the school has decided to cut tuition fees by 25%. 03. The little restaurant got a real [boost] when it received… …   Grammatical examples in English