- give a boost to; be beneficial to
"The tax cut will boost the economy"
- push or shove upward, as if from below or behind
"The singer had to be boosted onto the stage by a special contraption"
- His idea got a boost at the meeting.
- Finance Ministry officials tried to boost confidence in recovery.
- The company decided to skimp on the quality of its products to boost the profit margin.
- I think I can reach the branch if you'll give me a boost.
- They seemed really despondent to find that their project didn't boost profits like they thought it would.
- A good way to boost reading and listening skills in a target language is to read or listen to the news.
- Boost pressure
- If boost control is supplied, state the characteristic fuel delivery and boost pressure versus engine speed.
- (When boost control is supplied, state the characteristic fuel delivery and boost pressure versus engine speed)
- Transport networks boost opportunities for trade, while increasing efficiency.
- Start designing and applying an integrated research policy and further develop measures to boost innovation and competitiveness of small companies.
- Start designing and applying an integrated research policy and further develop measures to boost innovation and competitiveness in small companies.
- Examples of controlled features are: (a) Timing (b) Injection pressure (c) Multiple injections (d) Boost pressure (e) VGT (f) EGR
- pursue the reform of the public research sector to boost R & D and innovation, and encourage private sector R & D,
- Gibraltar is a region which, far from being dependent on aid or incentives designed to boost economic development, enjoys enviable financial health.