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Pronunciation of Boom: Learn how to pronounce Boom in English correctly

Learn how to say Boom correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word boom:

noun
a loud, deep, resonant sound:
the deep boom of the bass drum
the characteristic resonant cry of the bittern:
the boom of the bittern may be enjoyed in the country
verb
[no object]
make a loud, deep, resonant sound:
thunder boomed in the sky
[with direct speech] say in a loud, deep, resonant voice:
‘Stop right there,’ boomed the Headmaster
(of a bittern) utter its characteristic resonant cry:
a dozen bitterns boom mysteriously from the reeds
Phrases

boom boom
British informal an exclamation made after delivering the punchline of a joke.
[popularized by the fox puppet Basil Brush, a character in a British television comedy show]
Derivatives

boominess
noun
boomy
adjective (boomier, boomiest)
Origin:

late Middle English (as a verb): ultimately imitative; perhaps from Dutch bommen ‘to hum, buzz’