What does booster mean?

Definitions for booster
ˈbu stərboost·er

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. supporter, protagonist, champion, admirer, booster, friendnoun

    a person who backs a politician or a team etc.

    "all their supporters came out for the game"; "they are friends of the library"

  2. promoter, booster, pluggernoun

    someone who is an active supporter and advocate

  3. booster, shoplifter, lifternoun

    a thief who steals goods that are in a store

  4. booster, booster amplifier, booster station, relay link, relay station, relay transmitternoun

    an amplifier for restoring the strength of a transmitted signal

  5. booster, booster rocket, booster unit, takeoff booster, takeoff rocketnoun

    the first stage of a multistage rocket

  6. booster, booster dose, booster shot, recall dosenoun

    an additional dose that makes sure the first dose was effective


  1. boosternoun

    Something that boosts.

  2. boosternoun

    The first stage of a multistage rocket that provides the thrust for liftoff and the initial flight

  3. boosternoun

    Someone who is a fan or supporter of something.

  4. boosternoun

    Someone who promotes a town or business

  5. boosternoun

    A member of a booster club.

  6. boosternoun

    A booster dose.

    When did you get your last tetanus booster?


  1. booster

    A booster is generally referred to as something that enhances or increases the effectiveness, strength, or performance of something else. It can refer to a variety of contexts, such as a supplementary dose of a vaccine, an electrical device to increase power, or even a mechanical device for increasing force or pressure. The specific meaning can change depending on how it is applied.


  1. Booster

    A Booster was a motor-generator set used for voltage regulation in direct current 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.

Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms

  1. booster

    1. A high-explosive element sufficiently sensitive so as to be actuated by small explosive elements in a fuze or primer and powerful enough to cause detonation of the main explosive filling. 2. An auxiliary or initial propulsion system which travels with a missile or aircraft and which may or may not separate from the parent craft when its impulse has been delivered. A booster system may contain, or consist of, one or more units.

Anagrams for booster »

  1. booters

  2. reboots

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of booster in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of booster in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of booster in a Sentence

  1. Sarah Long:

    It would be a mistake to be giving booster doses without both some information about number one : Do they boost ? And a little bit of safety data, so that we would have some idea that there would be benefit of the booster before we might incur unknown risk.

  2. Prafull Sakulani:

    Is covid vaccination a booster of mass genocide worldwide ? If not, why politicians and billionaires with family members have not got themselves vaccinated in public and only common people are being forced to take it

  3. Stefan Gravenstein:

    Given rising case counts of the Delta variant, we need to know as soon as possible who needs a vaccine booster shot and when they need it, this information on how specific immunity to SARS-CoV-2 infection declines with aging, disease and in long-term care residents is critically important for developing a booster strategy based on real-time data in this population.

  4. Francis Collins:

    We still have, of course, in the US a serious surge of the Delta variant, we should be thinking about that, your best protection against Delta is to get vaccinated, and if you've already been vaccinated and six months have passed since you got Pfizer or Moderna, get your booster, two months since JJ( Johnson Johnson), get your booster.

  5. Joe Biden:

    I say, if you’ve been vaccinated, get your booster shot. Everybody, get the booster shot, you’re protected very well with two shots, if it is the Pfizer, anyway, you’re protected, but you are better protected with the booster shot.

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