boost

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İngilizce - Türkçe
alttan yukarıya ittirmek
{f} artırmak
{f} itelemek
{i} destekleme
{i} artış
artma
kaldırma
arttırmak
yükselme
canlandırmak
fırlatıcı
(Ticaret) yardım etmek
kuvvetini artırmak
voltajı yükseltmek
basıncı arttırma
{f} lehinde konuşarak yardımcı olmak
(Ticaret) fiyatı artırmak
teşvik
cesaretlendirme
yardım
{f} arttır
yükseltmek
destek
{i} arttırma
{i} propaganda
{i} reklamını yapma
{i} yükseltme
{f} övmek
teşvik/artış
{f} kaldırmak
(Askeri) ZENGİN KARIŞIM VERMEK: Bir motor veya makineye, normal yakıt karışımından daha kuvvetli bir karışım vermek
{i} yardım etme
{f} hızlan
arkasından itmek
{f} reklâmını yapmak
{f} voltajını yükseltmek
(İnşaat) kuvvetlendirmek
destekle/art/arttır
{i} artırma

O araba benim özgüvenimi artırmaz. - That car doesn't boost my self-confidence.

Hedef dilde okuma ve dinleme yeteneklerini artırmanın iyi bir yolu okumak ve haber dinlemektir. - A good way to boost reading and listening skills in a target language is to read or listen to the news.

{f} yukarıya itmek
{f} (fiyat) artırmak
desteklemek
manifold basıncı
itme
(Havacılık) itici güç
boost compensator
(Otomotiv) hava-yakıt oran dengeleyicisi
boost gauge
emme basıncı göstergesi
boost one's efficiency
etkinliğini artırmak
boost one’s circulation
(Basın) tirajını artırmak
boost pressure
(Otomotiv) sıkıştırma basıncı
boost pressure actuator
(Otomotiv) takviye basınç kumandası
boost pressure control
(Otomotiv) takviye basınç kontrolü
boost pressure indicator
(Otomotiv) takviye basınç göstergesi
boost profit
kar doğurmak
boost sensor
(Otomotiv) takviye sensörü
boost tax receipts
vergileri arttırmak
boost the demand
talebi arttırmak
boost the demand
talebi yükseltmek
boost the production
üretimi artırmak
boost the production
üretimi canlandırmak
boost the tourism
turizmi artırmak
boost charge
hızlı şarj
boost the morale
moralini yükseltmek
boost up
iterek kaldır
boost energy
enerji yükseltmek
boost transformer
düzenleyici transformatör
boost charge
(Otomotiv) süperşarj dolgusu
boost charge
hızlı dolum
boost charge
(Otomotiv) çabuk şarj
boost charging
(İnşaat) hızlı şarj etme
boost control
(Havacılık) emme basınç kumandası
boost glide vehicle
(Havacılık) füze tipi araç
boost phase
(Askeri) bust safhası
boost phase
(Askeri) BUST SAFHASI: Uçuşun, bir balistik füze veya uzay aracının buster ve destek motorlarının faaliyette bulunduğu bölümü. Ayrıca bakınız: "midcourse phase; reentry phase; terminal phase"
boost up
iterek kaldırmak
boost up smb.'s courage
cesaret vermek
bass boost
(Televizyon) bas yükseltici
bass boost
(Bilgisayar) basları artır
boosting
(Çevre) hızlandırma
boosting
(Çevre) artırma
idle speed boost
(Otomotiv) rolanti arttırıcı
bass boost
alçak seslerin kuvvetlendirilmesi
gave a boost
destek ver
give a boost
destek ver
given a boost
destek ver
tax boost
vergi artırımı
a boost
bir destek
ego boost
Egonun okşanması, koltukların kabarması

Steve got a much needed ego boost yesterday , when A beautiful girl came up to him and asked for his autograph.

past of boost
artırmak geçmiş
third person singular of boost
üçüncü kişi artırma tekil
color boost
(Bilgisayar) renk artırma
power boost
(Nükleer Bilimler) güç tırmanması
turbo boost pressure gauge
(Otomotiv) turbo takviyesi basınç saati
İngilizce - İngilizce
A push from behind, as to one who is endeavoring to climb; help
To lift or push from behind (one who is endeavoring to climb); to push up; hence, to assist in overcoming obstacles, or in making advancement
A positive intake manifold pressure in cars with turbochargers or superchargers
To steal
To raise the level of a signal The opposite of cut (e g , We used my equalizer to boost the highs going to my tweeters )
The opposite of cut To add gain to a signal at or above a certain frequency Back
Signal gain generally supplied within a selected band of frequencies Often applied in audio to compensate for the restricted bass response of small speakers like headphones or simply to accentuate bass response
If one thing boosts another, it causes it to increase, improve, or be more successful. It wants the government to take action to boost the economy The move is designed to boost sales during the peak booking months of January and February. Boost is also a noun. It would get the economy going and give us the boost that we need
contribute to the progress or growth of; "I am promoting the use of computers in the classroom"
lala
(an economy) - to expand it by fiscal policies: increased government spending or decreased taxation
an increase in cost; "they asked for a 10% rise in rates"
1 Additional power, pressure, or force supplied by a booster, as, hydraulic boost, or extra propulsion given a flying vehicle during lift-off, climb, or other part of its flight as with a booster engine
the act of giving hope or support to someone the act of giving an upward push; "he gave her a boost over the fence" give a boost to; be beneficial to; "The tax cut will boost the economy" increase or raise; "boost the voltage in an electrical circuit" push or shove upward, as if from below or behind; "The singer had to be boosted onto the stage by a special contraption
To tap the dropper or plunger of one's syringe, releasing the drug into the bloodstream in small spurts for a prolonged rush and allowing the blood to back up into the dropper
increase or raise; "boost the voltage in an electrical circuit"
the act of giving hope or support to someone the act of giving an upward push; "he gave her a boost over the fence"
give a boost to; be beneficial to; "The tax cut will boost the economy"
The addition of UPS battery power to utility power to increase voltage to an acceptable level (usually 120 volts)
Temporarily or permanently raise a score, modifier, or other numerical value
push or shove upward, as if from below or behind; "The singer had to be boosted onto the stage by a special contraption"
To increase gain, especially to increase gain at specific frequencies with an equalizer
additional dose of radiation to a reduced size radiation field; not necessarily a higher dose of radiation
An extra dose of radiation given to a smaller area, usually the site where the tumour was removed, after the rest of the breast has been irradiated
A move in which the swimmer rises rapidly out of the water, head first, bringing as much of the body as possible above the surface
push or shove upward, as if from below or behind; "The singer had to be boosted onto the stage by a special contraption
To increase in level
Same as Special on Solo2k, but featured on DDR Max
Referred to the amount of extra air (compressed air) pumped into the intake manifold by a supercharger or turbocharger Usually measured in psi (pounds per square inch), inches of mercury, or bar
{i} push, shove; raising, lift; incentive, encouragement
A term used to describe catching air off of a jump e g "He boosted ten feet out of the halfpipe "
the act of giving hope or support to someone
A set of prime powers which provide support for each in other in a cycle For example, 43^2 supports 631, 631 supports 79, and 79^2 supports 43, so 43^2 79^2 631 is a boost When searching for an MPFN, if a candidate number contains 43 and 79 once each, replacing them with 43^2 79^2 631 will produce another likely candidate
increase; "The landlord hiked up the rents"
{f} raise; push; urge
Ability of equipment to operate outside its usual times For example, if additional hot water is required during the day the equipment, which usually operates during off-peak times, can be restarted in peak periods during the day BURNER: Device which burns fuel oil or gas in the boiler
If something boosts your confidence or morale, it improves it. We need a big win to boost our confidence = bolster Boost is also a noun. It did give me a boost to win such a big event
(1) (B) raise
the act of giving an upward push; "he gave her a boost over the fence"
boost phase
The period during which the rockets of a ballistic missile operate to bring it near or to peak velocity
boost rating
raise the percentage of viewers
boost the economy
help improve the economy
boost up
push upward; "She pushed up her children when the policeman came by
boost up
push upward; "She pushed up her children when the policeman came by"
boost-
A move in which the swimmer rises rapidly out of the water, head first, bringing as much of the body as possible above the surface
boost-
To raise the level of a signal The opposite of cut (e g , We used my equalizer to boost the highs going to my tweeters )
boost-
(an economy) - to expand it by fiscal policies: increased government spending or decreased taxation
boost-
rise: an increase in cost; "they asked for a 10% rise in rates"
boost-
A term used to describe catching air off of a jump e g "He boosted ten feet out of the halfpipe "
boost-
Ability of equipment to operate outside its usual times For example, if additional hot water is required during the day the equipment, which usually operates during off-peak times, can be restarted in peak periods during the day BURNER: Device which burns fuel oil or gas in the boiler
boost-
the act of giving hope or support to someone
boost-
To increase gain, especially to increase gain at specific frequencies with an equalizer
boost-
The addition of UPS battery power to utility power to increase voltage to an acceptable level (usually 120 volts)
boost-
To increase in level
boost-
An extra dose of radiation given to a smaller area, usually the site where the tumour was removed, after the rest of the breast has been irradiated
boost-
Referred to the amount of extra air (compressed air) pumped into the intake manifold by a supercharger or turbocharger Usually measured in psi (pounds per square inch), inches of mercury, or bar
boost-
give a boost to; be beneficial to; "The tax cut will boost the economy"
boost-
(1) (B) raise
boost-
increase or raise; "boost the voltage in an electrical circuit"
boost-
Signal gain generally supplied within a selected band of frequencies Often applied in audio to compensate for the restricted bass response of small speakers like headphones or simply to accentuate bass response
boost-
To tap the dropper or plunger of one's syringe, releasing the drug into the bloodstream in small spurts for a prolonged rush and allowing the blood to back up into the dropper
boost-
Same as Special on Solo2k, but featured on DDR Max
boost-
hike: increase; "The landlord hiked up the rents"
boost-
Temporarily or permanently raise a score, modifier, or other numerical value
boost-
additional dose of radiation to a reduced size radiation field; not necessarily a higher dose of radiation
boost-
1 Additional power, pressure, or force supplied by a booster, as, hydraulic boost, or extra propulsion given a flying vehicle during lift-off, climb, or other part of its flight as with a booster engine
boost-
promote: contribute to the progress or growth of; "I am promoting the use of computers in the classroom"
boost-
lala
boost-
A set of prime powers which provide support for each in other in a cycle For example, 43^2 supports 631, 631 supports 79, and 79^2 supports 43, so 43^2 79^2 631 is a boost When searching for an MPFN, if a candidate number contains 43 and 79 once each, replacing them with 43^2 79^2 631 will produce another likely candidate
boost-
push or shove upward, as if from below or behind; "The singer had to be boosted onto the stage by a special contraption"
boost-
the act of giving an upward push; "he gave her a boost over the fence"
boost-
The opposite of cut To add gain to a signal at or above a certain frequency Back
ego boost
An ego boost is a lift to your self-esteem or confidence

You might get an ego boost if your boss tells you that you are doing a great job and wants to give you a promotion.

boosted
past of boost
boosting
present participle of boost
boosting
{i} use of one drug to raise blood levels as to intensify the activity of another drug (Medicine)
boosts
plural of boost
boosts
third person singular of boost
boost