Translation of boost in Spanish:

boost

Pronunciation /bust//buːst/

noun

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    (uplift)
    the results are a boost to her campaign los resultados son un incentivo / un espaldarazo para su campaña
    • it was a tremendous boost to her confidence le dio mucha más confianza en sí misma
    • to give a boost to sth estimular algo
    • the theater is to receive a $250,000 boost in subsidies el teatro recibirá una inyección de 250.000 dólares en ayudas oficiales
    • But it's been a great boost for us to have had him here.
    • This was coupled with bad weather and flooding which resulted in a boost for foreign holidays and bankruptcy for many UK hoteliers.
    • While driver support is still sketchy, 64-bit computing can provide a performance boost for the applications that support it.
    • One plant in particular could soon become a major boost for the local economy.
    • Council officials believe the draw of over 2,000, mainly young adults into the area will provide a major boost for the local economy.
    • The casinos are expected to create thousands of the jobs and provide a much-needed boost for the economy.
    • It will bring an economic boost for Waterford, which will also benefit from international media exposure.
    • Experts predict that a further 7,000 jobs will be created in the local economy as a spin-off boost for the region.
    • This helps give the page a boost for searches which match the words which are marked as more important in this way.
    • He said the groundswell of community support has been a great boost for the Club's future.
    • A spokesman for Comhairle Nan Eilean Siar, the Council for the Western Isles, said the film had been a great boost for the economy.
    • We are hoping for upwards of £4 million which is going to be a significant boost for the local economy and local people.
    • It would also be a great boost for the team, and increase our points tally, but we know that it won't be easy as our competitors are more aggressive than ever.
    • The news is also a timely boost for the local economy.
    • This will provide a boost for farm investment and encourage the replacement of obsolete and unsafe machinery.
    • This development could prove a tremendous boost for the economy.
    • The windfall could be as high as €3,000 each, which would mean a €300 million boost for the economy.
    • It will be a great boost for the local economy and hopefully kick-start a wider regeneration of the area.
    • The tranquillity that the limit will bring may yet be an economic boost for the Lake District, and not the threat that it is often portrayed.
    • It would be a boost for the economy and the environment.
  • 2

    (lift, leg-up)
    he gave me a boost over the wall/up onto the roof me dio impulso para saltar la tapia/para subir al tejado
    • She gave me a boost up so I could crawl into it, being the smallest one of us.
    • He gave me a boost over the wall then looked over at his house one more time then went over the wall as well.
    • You gave me a boost over the high fences.
    • This time, Ian gave me a boost up, and I was climbing.

transitive verb

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    (economy/production) estimular
    (trade) estimular
    (trade) fomentar
    (trade) potenciar
    (sales) aumentar
    (sales) incrementar
    (morale) levantar
    Electricity (signal/pressure) elevar
    to boost sb's confidence darle más confianza en sí mismo a algn
    • she boosts her diet with vitamin pills complementa su dieta con vitaminas
    • the TV show has boosted its audience el número de telespectadores del programa ha aumentado
    • 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.
    • Still, this loss is tolerable, because the amplifier boosts the signal level enough to get it to the donor site.
    • Energy transmitters are used when the frame is too far away from the energy cores, and boost the signal.
    • A recent study in Costa Rica found that preserving forest fragments around coffee plantations could boost crop yields and increase income.
    • He cited as an example that the government encouraged companies to boost their exports without improving the infrastructure or efficiency.
    • The idea that you can improve your wealth by encouraging your birthrate or boosting immigration to make up the numbers makes no sense at all.
    • 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.
    • They used earpieces to boost the signals coming in whenever they were in a crowd.
    • An increased presence will boost the sense of security and encourage more people to use central Bradford.
    • Establishing friendly ties lowers stress, increases immunity and boosts the amount of support you receive.
    • Very intense pulses can cause the bubbles to burst, boosting the signal still further.
    • Customised education will play an increasingly important role in boosting revenues on both sides of the Atlantic.
    • In the meantime, they can watch current TV shows using a built-in scan converter which boosts those signals for a better picture.
    • The reasoning is that the seizure will in effect reset the brain, causing the release of chemicals that may boost signals between neurons.
    • She said a bid would provide a huge stimulus for elite sport and also boost efforts to encourage it at grassroots level.
    • Political freedom, during the 1950s and 1960s, was about increased production, boosting agriculture and stimulating industry.
    • Despite this, the report assumes no policy action to boost population growth by encouraging an increase in the birth rate or increasing immigration.
    • Let's start with the heart of the circuit, the main transformer, the device that actually boosts the voltage.
    • We had added longer antennas to boost the signal but even before they had a range of a mile.
    • Instead he preferred state-sponsored measures that would boost trade and thereby encourage employers to employ.
    • That reflects improving prospects in their home market, improving cashflows and boosted optimism.
    • Increased military might boosts the aspiration to become a great power
    • Councils covering north and west Wiltshire have received more than £250,000 to boost waste reduction and increase recycling.
    • A typical camera battery only offers 1.5 volts, so the flash circuit needs to boost the voltage substantially.
    • As existing analogue transmitters are switched off region by region, the strength of the digital signal will be boosted.
    • Service providers boosting their portals' general capabilities are focusing first on functions related directly to their businesses.
    • China's productive power is becoming more and more market-based and this is increasing incomes and thus boosting the demand for consumer goods.
    • These other cultural factors help to promote a positive image of Italy abroad and encourage tourism and boost the economy.
    • The application is like a multiband compressor that tracks the input signal and dynamically boosts a band of frequencies from 100 Hz to 350 Hz.
    • Removing barriers to trade across national borders was expected to simultaneously increase rivalry and boost economic growth while promoting economic integration.
    • This will boost incentives to increase production.
    • Their reach is spotty, and boosting their signal only means the neighbors can get on your network.
    • Price is an issue, since boosting Fibre Channel signals over distance can be extremely expensive.
    • These will primarily be aimed at the old, young families and savers - but there will also be some measures to boost productivity and encourage entrepreneurship.
    • This boosts the microphone signal so it can be converted into digital form.
    • The lasers are manufactured to boost the signals of fibre optic cable.
    • Teenagers across the region are being encouraged to try to boost their national test scores in a Government drive targeted at 14-year-olds.
    • Training and certification helps improved risk identification, increased awareness and boost the ability of an organisation to respond more rapidly to problems.
    • Many postcode sectors are left with signals that may need boosting with a roof-mounted aerial.
    • Therefore, one or more optical regenerators is spliced along the cable to boost the degraded light signals.