Definitions for Boomerˈbu mər
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baby boomer, boomer(noun)
a member of the baby boom generation in the 1950s
"they expanded the schools for a generation of baby boomers"
An adult male kangaroo.
A baby boomer.
A transient worker who would move from boom town to boom town in search of temporary work.
A nuclear ballistic missile submarine, SSBN.
one who, or that which, booms
a North American rodent, so named because it is said to make a booming noise. See Sewellel
a large male kangaroo
one who works up a "boom"
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
This is where we see the difference between millennials and their baby boomer counterparts, who are not making as many discretionary purchases.
Demographics may not rule absolutely, but they likely will dominate investment markets and returns for the next few decades until the Boomer phenomena fades away.
The demographic trend will probably last a couple of decades, it's morbid, but the time will come for every boomer, and the result of that is a very good backdrop for these companies.
Zero destroys existing business models such as life insurance company balance sheets and pension funds, which in turn are expected to use the proceeds to pay benefits for an aging boomer society, these assumed liabilities were based on the assumption that a balanced portfolio of stocks and bonds would return 7-8 percent over the long term.
It gives you a wider viewing area to view all kinds of reading material, whether it’s digital or print, so that your eyes don’t have to converge as sharply as with a traditional lens – that’s what fatigues the [eye] muscles, these lenses are for the consumer that is a little bit older, the generation X, the baby boomer. They are the ones that have traditionally worn bifocals.
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