booster

  1. a person who backs a politician or a team etc.
  2. someone who is an active supporter and advocate
  3. a thief who steals goods that are on display in a store
  4. the first stage of a multistage rocket
  5. an additional dose that makes sure the first dose was effective

booster

a second or later vaccine dose given after the primary dose(s) to increase the immune response to the original vaccine antigen(s). The vaccine given as the booster dose may or may not be the same as the primary vaccine. (See also prime-boost.)
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booster

Type: Term Pronunciation: būs′ter See: booster dose
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booster

[n] - a thief who steals goods that are in a store 2. [n] - the first stage of a multistage rocket 3. [n] - an additional dose that makes sure the first dose was effective
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Booster

an additional dose of a vaccine taken after the first dose to maintain or renew the first one
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Booster

Boost'er noun (Electricity) An instrument for regulating the electro-motive force in an alternating- current circuit; -- so called because used to 'boost', or raise, the pressure in the circuit.
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booster

booster dose noun an additional dose that makes sure the first dose was effective
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booster

booster unit noun the first stage of a multistage rocket
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Booster

• (n.) An instrument for regulating the electro-motive force in an alternating-current circuit; -- so called because used to `boost`, or raise, the pressure in the circuit.
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booster

(from the article `Atlas rocket`) booster for space vehicles, particularly the U.S. Mercury spacecraft series, designed originally as an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM). ... ...other areas. Derivatives of the missile`s titanium alloys, which were developed to accommodate surface temperatures at supersonic speed, came to ... ...
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Booster

Booster is American slang for a shoplifter.
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booster

a machine connected in a circuit so that its voltage either adds to or substracts from the voltage furnished by another source
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booster

Also known as a booster rocket. (1) A stage of a launch system used to provide an initial thrust greater than the total liftoff weight. (2) A rocket engine, either solid- or liquid-fueled, which assists the normal propulsive system or sustainer engine of a rocket or aeronautical vehicle in some phas...
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booster

Any dose of vaccine given subsequent to the initial dose, or subsequent to natural exposure, and designed to maintain the immune state or improve it.
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Booster

Top up vaccinations, given to cats at approximately yearly intervals, or as advised by your veterinary surgeon.
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Booster

A repeat immunization to restore or increase the amount of immunity
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booster

In medicine, refers to a vaccination given after a previous vaccination. A booster helps maintain or increase a protective immune response.
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Booster

[electric power] A Booster was a motor-generator (MG) set used for voltage regulation in direct current (DC) electrical power circuits. The development of alternating current and solid-state devices has rendered it obsolete. Boosters were made in various configurations to suit different applications. ==Line booster== In the days of direct c...
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Booster

[rocketry] A booster rocket (or engine) is either the first stage of a multi-stage launch vehicle, or else a strap-on rocket used to augment the core launch vehicle`s takeoff thrust and payload capability. Boosters are generally necessary to launch spacecraft into Earth orbit or beyond. The booster is dropped to fall back to Earth once its ...
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Booster

1. (abbr.) A Shield Booster. 2. (abbr.) A Combat Booster.
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Booster

The first stage of a missile or rocket.
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booster

an extra engine on a spacecraft that gives it enough power to leave the Earth
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Booster

(Steam locomotive) - An extra set of cylinders that can be engaged to drive a trailing truck or tender truck to give additional tractive effort at starting and low speeds.
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