booster vs plugger what difference

what is difference between booster and plugger

English

Etymology

boost +‎ -er

Pronunciation

  • (General American) IPA(key): /ˈbustɚ/

Noun

booster (plural boosters)

  1. Something that boosts.
  2. The first stage of a multistage rocket that provides the thrust for liftoff and the initial flight
  3. A motor-generator set used for voltage regulation in direct current electrical power circuits.
  4. Someone who is a fan or supporter of something.
    • 2012, The Economist, Lexington: A fiscal hawk, grounded
      Nor is his district quite the Democratic bastion boosters describe: voters there narrowly backed Barack Obama in 2008, but voted for Mr Bush by a hefty margin in 2004.
  5. Someone who promotes a town or business
  6. A member of a booster club.
  7. A booster dose.
    When did you get your last tetanus booster?
  8. (linguistics) A term that serves to amplify or strengthen an utterance, such as “really”.
  9. (video games) A power-up item.
  10. (gaming) A package of cards or figurines designed to add to a player’s collection.
  11. (slang) A thief.
    The security guard captured two boosters before they could exit the retail store.

Derived terms

  • booster bag
  • booster cable
  • booster club
  • booster dose
  • booster injection
  • boosterish
  • booster seat
  • booster shot

Translations

Anagrams

  • Booters, Boteros, booters, reboost, reboots

Spanish

Noun

booster m (plural boosters)

  1. booster


English

Etymology

plug +‎ -er

Pronunciation

  • Rhymes: -ʌɡə(ɹ)

Noun

plugger (plural pluggers)

  1. One who, or that which, plugs.
  2. A dental instrument used to insert fillings.
  3. (Australia) A thong or flip-flop.

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