Boom

a pole attached to the foot of the mainsail

Boom

A lightweight, horizontal or vertical frame carrying a number of regularly spaced spray nozzles. The boom is often hollow, serving also as a supply tube for the spray liquid.

Boom

1) A vertical lighting bar. (UK) 2) A moveable arm supporting a lantern, microphone or camera (TV).

Boom

Boom is American slang for a car music system.
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Boom

[T-Pain song] `Boom` is a special collaboration single with Filip Filippi, better known as Sin Sizzerb, a Serbian-Canadian rapper. It was part of the repackaged album of T-Pain`s Three Ringz album, intended to be sold and distributed to the U.S. and Serbia. ==Chart positions== `Boom` debuted at #14 on the Serbian Music Chart and also debute...
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Boom

[containment] A containment boom is a `temporary floating barrier used to contain an oil spill. Booms are used to reduce the possibility of polluting shorelines and other resources, and to help make recovery easier. Booms help to concentrate oil in thicker surface layers so that skimmers, vacuums, or other collection methods can be used mor...
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Boom

[ship] A boom (بوم) (boum), known as dhangi in India, is a medium-sized deep-sea dhow, a traditional Arabic sailing vessel. This type of dhow has two masts with lateen sails. a stern that is tapering in shape and a more symmetrical overall structure than other dhow types. The Arab boom has a very high prow, which is trimmed in the Indian...
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Boom

[play] boom is a play by Peter Sinn Nachtreib which premiered in 2008 at Ars Nova Theater in New York, New York. ==Plot summary== Jules, a grad student in marine biology, and Jo, a journalism student, meet one Saturday night in Jules’s small underground laboratory on a university campus, after Jo answers Jules’s online personal ad offer...
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Boom

1. A floating device used to contain oil on a body of water. 2. A piece of equipment used to apply pesticides from a tractor or truck.
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boom

[n] - a state of economic prosperity 2. [n] - a sudden happening that brings very good fortune 3. [n] - a deep prolonged loud noise 4. [n] - a pole carrying an overhead microphone projected over a film or tv set 5. [n] - any of various more-or-less horizontal spars or poles used to extend the foot of a sail or for handling ca...
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Boom

A vertical bar mounted in a base, used to hang lanterns with the use of a Boom arm.
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Boom

1) A hand-held, telescoping pole used to hold the microphone in recording dialogue in film production.
2) A telescoping support arm that is attached to a microphone stand and which holds the microphone.
3) Loosely, a boomstand.
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Boom

A spar (a wooden or metal pole) attached to the mast at a right angle, used to support the foot of a sail.
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boom

In economics, a period in the trade cycle when the economy is expanding and aggregate demand (total demand for goods and services) is rising quickly. It is characterized by falling or low...
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Boom

A truck used to hoist heavy material up and into place, to put trusses on a home or to set a heavy beam into place.
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Boom

A adjustable metal arm, attached to a firm stand, on which lighting can be mounted. Some booms are also made to support camera.
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Boom

Boom (bōm) noun [ Dutch boom tree, pole, beam, bar. See Beam .] 1. (Nautical) A long pole or spar, run out for the purpose of extending the bottom of a particular sail; as, the jib boom , the studding-sail boom , etc. 2. (Mech.) A long ...
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Boom

Boom noun 1. A hollow roar, as of waves or cannon; also, the hollow cry of the bittern; a booming. 2. A strong and extensive advance, with more or less noisy excitement; -- applied colloquially or humorously to market prices, the demand for stocks or commodities and to political chances ...
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Boom

Boom transitive verb To cause to advance rapidly in price; as, to boom railroad or mining shares; to create a 'boom' for; as to boom Mr. C. for senator. [ Colloq. U. S.]
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boom

1. A long pole or spar, run out for the purpose of extending the bottom of a particular sail; as, the jib boom, the studding-sail boom, etc. ... 2. <mechanics> A long spar or beam, projecting from the mast of a derrick, from the outer end of which the body to be lifted is suspended. ... 3. A pole with a conspicuous top, set up to mark the cha...
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boom

noun 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
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boom

roaring noun a deep prolonged loud noise
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Boom

• (n.) A long pole or spar, run out for the purpose of extending the bottom of a particular sail; as, the jib boom, the studding-sail boom, etc. • (n.) A strong and extensive advance, with more or less noisy excitement; -- applied colloquially or humorously to market prices, the demand for stocks or commodities and to political chances of...
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boom

(from the article `government economic policy`) ...assets in the system, private spending will tend to decline. On the fiscal side, the main automatic stabilizer is the relation between tax ...
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boom

(from the article `fore-and-aft sail`) ...the square sail. The fore-and-aft sail, now usually triangular, is set completely aft of a mast or stay, parallel to the ship`s keel, and takes ...
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