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Synonyms for boom

Synonyms for boom

to make a continuous deep reverberating sound

to make an earsplitting explosive noise

to do or fare well

an earsplitting, explosive noise

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a deep prolonged loud noise

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a state of economic prosperity

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a sudden happening that brings good fortune (as a sudden opportunity to make money)

a pole carrying an overhead microphone projected over a film or tv set

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any of various more-or-less horizontal spars or poles used to extend the foot of a sail or for handling cargo or in mooring

make a resonant sound, like artillery

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hit hard

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be the case that thunder is being heard

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make a deep hollow sound

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grow vigorously

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"Genie XC booms can reduce the number of lift cycles, as well as the amount of equipment customers need to get tools and materials to work areas at height.
Continuing to offer industry-leading versatility in the self-propelled large articulated boom market - 120 ft to 135 ft platform height, the Genie ZX-135/70 articulating boom has been updated to offer customers the latest advancements in engineering design and technology, said a statement from Terex.
Ripamonti, "A diagnostic logic for preventing structural failure in concrete displacing booms," Automation in Construction, vol.
The increment in speed did not influence spray boom stability; however, the type of route has great influence on the vibration-absorbing systems of the spray booms.
The in-line geometry on the 580ST delivers better visibility, with a narrower frame on the boom, and greater breakout forces - 55.2kN and 41N at the bucket and dipperstick, respectively - while the boom can reach a distance of 6.65m out from the swing centre.
In addition to the primary crusher, Metso can now offer a comprehensive breaker attachment: a boom with assembly framework, hammer, related hydraulic power pack, and remote radio controls," Somero said.
The booms, which are set adrift to serve as temporary barriers in case of an oil spill, were seen 92 km (50 nautical miles) from the provincial capital of Iba, Vice Gov.
After briefly outlining the events surrounding Yeager's breaking the sound barrier in October 1947, Benson explains how sonic booms are created.
The new Low-Profile Sprocket addresses all of these concerns and is available in either greasable or sealed models on compact equipment booms for trenching depths of 18 to 48 inches.
By discarding the lending activity in the 124 counties that experienced booms and focusing instead on the mortgage loans that the 327 banks made in the 515 counties that did not participate in shale booms, the study avoids potential distortions to credit demand that arise directly from the shale booms.
Pertinent Data: The carbon fiber structures are available separately, but can be joined together with one another or with other booms using an automatic tool interface or other connections.
Everybody waited for more booms. There was silence.
(3) Some patterns do emerge if we look more carefully at the historical record of asset price booms and busts (Hellebrandt, Meads, Posen 2011), but, in light of those patterns, the prospect of getting the call right becomes very daunting.
As its continued efforts to plug the leak fail, absorbent nonwovens booms are being deployed by the thousands to keep oil offshore.
Genie Industries has redesigned its S-80 and S-85 self-propelled telescopic booms. The upgraded booms integrate enhancements completed on Genie's S-60 and S-65 models such as fixed-width axles, increased elevation time and a virtual pivoting boom, all of which the company said is part of an initiative to put a stronger focus on ease of use.