English to Czech Meaning of boost - zesílení

Boost :

Pomoc, pomoc, zesílení, laskavost, povýšení, povzbudivý, povzbuzení, patronát, zlepšení, reforma, pěstování, Podpěra, podpora, usnadnění, podpora, skoba, potvrzení, sevřít, odsouhlasení, oprávnění, sankcionovat, schválení

zesílení, vyhlásit, šířit, publikovat, problém

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Definitions of boost in English
Noun(1) the act of giving hope or support to someone(2) an increase in cost(3) the act of giving a push
Verb(1) increase(2) give a boost to; be beneficial to(3) contribute to the progress or growth of(4) increase or raise(5) push or shove upward, as if from below or behind
Examples of boost in English
(1) a boost in exports(2) Carmakers and retailers also anticipate a boost amid evidence that growth in consumer spending is slowing.(3) Over here in the US it's apparently still legal to have WiFi equipment - but if you dare try to boost your signal with an antenna, watch out.(4) The first capacitor is discharged to boost a voltage at the boosting node, whereas the second capacitor is discharged to boost the voltage at an output terminal.(5) But it's been a great boost for us to have had him here.(6) people they were trying to boost over a wall(7) A typical camera battery only offers 1.5 volts, so the flash circuit needs to boost the voltage substantially.(8) Council officials believe the draw of over 2,000, mainly young adults into the area will provide a major boost for the local economy.(9) In Western Australia a team of researchers has discovered that sheep will get an increased boost of vitamin E if they're grazed on saltbush.(10) the cut in interest rates will give a further boost to the economy(11) The resulting boost in world demand growth triggered a rise in U.S. import prices that bolstered domestic inflation pressures.(12) This will boost incentives to increase production.(13) She gave me a boost up so I could crawl into it, being the smallest one of us.(14) The emancipation of the serfs in Russia in 1861 had given a huge boost to the development of capitalism.(15) This sector should get a boost from increased funding for transportation projects.(16) The big boost came from exports, the same source of most growth over the past year.
Related Phrases of boost
(1) bass boost ::
zvýraznění basů
(2) boost pressure ::
plnicího tlaku
1. uplift ::
2. increase ::
3. rise ::
4. encouragement ::
5. improve ::
6. increase ::
7. hike up ::
8. advance ::
1. abate ::
2. decrease ::
3. diminish ::
4. dwindle ::
5. lessen ::
6. lower ::
7. reduce ::
Different Forms
boost, boosted, booster, boosters, boosting, boosts
Word Example from TV Shows
he realized that the only thing\Nthat could boost his stamina was sex.

he realized that the only thing
that could BOOST his stamina was sex.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 10

First you boost it, then
you leave it in your house.

First you BOOST it, then you leave it in your house.

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 2

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