Definition of Boost
(transitive) To lift or push from behind (one who is endeavoring to climb); to push up. | (transitive, by extension) To help or encourage (something) to increase or improve; to assist in overcoming obstacles. | (slang, transitive) To steal. | (Canada, transitive) To jump-start a vehicle by using cables to connect the battery in a running vehicle to the battery in a vehicle that won't start. | (transitive, medicine) To give a booster shot to.
Short Sentences for Boost
How to use Boost in Sentences?
- 1. And a nice, fat boost in your credit rating has already gone down to accounting. 🔊
- 2. So, to gain time, and to boost his courage, he carted you into the saloon and bought you a drink. 🔊
- 3. Judge Stone waited a moment, and gave her a boost at the elbow as she skipped up the step. 🔊
- 4. The superintendent has given you the biggest boost I ever knew one man to give another. 🔊
- 5. I fear, that, wi' the geese, I shortly boost to pasture I' the craft some day. 🔊
- 6. When the internet became popular, in the mid-1990s, the project got a boost and an international dimension. 🔊
- 7. He gave me a boost against the smooth wall of the stope, and my clawing fingers caught on the edge of a sharp shelf of stone. 🔊
- 8. He tried playing us off against Bellaver to boost the price, and suddenly he was dead and you were accused of his murder. 🔊
- 9. Bludson again seized Ralph by the collar, propelled him the length of the deck and gave him a long boost up the forward ratlines. 🔊
- 10. I saw him recently and it looks to me as if, as editor of that department, he is answering about as many correspondents on nuts and trying to boost the association in that way as he did when he was secretary before. 🔊
- 11. Then the flankers rushed out and caught the rope, and the strong member seized the calf by its neck and flank and with an upward boost of the knees raised its feet from the ground and threw it flat on its side. 🔊