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Synonyms for boost

Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. 2002 © HarperCollins Publishers 1995, 2002

Synonyms for boost

to move (something) to a higher position

to increase in amount

to give support or assistance

to increase or seek to increase the importance or reputation of by favorable publicity

an instance of lifting or being lifted

the amount by which something is increased

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Synonyms for boost

the act of giving hope or support to someone

an increase in cost

the act of giving a push

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give a boost to

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increase or raise

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push or shove upward, as if from below or behind

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The top-tier model of the four is said to be the highest-performance longboard by Boosted yet.
"We're focused on providing people with a more fun, efficient way to get around that truly fits into the reality of today's multi-modal transportation needs - a ride that is instantly available, requires no parking or storage, cuts through traffic, and that you can take on a train or bus and throw in the trunk of a car for a longer trip," Boosted CEO Jeff Russakow said.
All four Boosted boards are now available to preorder at ( .
Leisch, "Boosted structured additive regression for," Biotechnology and Bioengineering, vol.
Smith, "Boosted negative binomial hurdle models for spatiotemporal abundance of sea birds," in Proceedings of the 30th International Workshop on Statistical Modelling, pp.
Relative to other PIs it is less potent and its boosted use is associated with more toxicity.
Recent research has demonstrated that a lower boosted indinavir dose (400/100mg) retains potency and is considerably less toxic.
* Restructured Argentine supermarket chain; slashed costs and boosted productivity.
Although sales of new homes have been less impressive, the higher level prevailing since February has reduced considerably the inventory of unsold new homes relative to sales; in response, home builders have boosted production to satisfy consumer demand.
The deficit during the current fiscal year has been boosted considerably by the slowdown in economic activity, and this cyclical increase has masked the fiscal restraint imposed by last autumn's budget agreement.
One of the most attractive things about a boosted protease inhibitor as a starting regimen is not only its potency, which is clear and established, but also this high genetic barrier to resistance.
At the Retroviruses meeting, a poster provided data about the lack of viral resistance on boosted 908.
Major airlines have boosted fares several times over the past few months in order to counteract high fuel prices.
"Despite a sluggish February, the public works sector should see generally stronger activity this year, boosted by the greater funding called for by the current federal highway legislation," noted Murray.
Lomas and Stockley discovered that the number of neutrophils traveling through the membrane was 33 percent greater in theophylline-treated cells than in untreated cells, and terbutaline boosted neutrophil migration by 26 percent over untreated cells.