Boomed [verb]

Definition of Boomed:

crash; make loud sound

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Sentence/Example of Boomed:

So many businesses have already bounced back, and the market is booming.

An IPO would follow a huge boom in volume on the platform, with stay-at-home orders during the coronavirus pandemic driving up retail trading.

A big draw has been Target’s fortuitous investment pre-pandemic on new home products, just in time for a spending boom on home improvement that has lifted other retailers like Home Depot and Lowe’s, as well.

The boom in betting was quickly followed by backlash from the public, media, and government as problem gambling habits became more and more common.

So I moved out to the San Francisco Bay area to join the startup world near the end of the dot-com boom.

It’s a stacked term-sheet for a company in the early stages, suggesting that that edtech’s boom is still very much upon us.

It’s been a running joke for years that some of the first DTC movers in podcast advertising, like Blue Apron, Casper and MeUndies, are essentially underwriting the podcast boom.

Deep learning, the technology driving the current AI boom, can train machines to become masters at all sorts of tasks.

China’s State Administration for Market Regulation said it issued the draft rules to block anticompetitive behavior and create a more balanced playing field in China’s booming tech market.

Still, there are long-term signs that this boom will continue.