Translation for 'baby boomer' from English to Russian
NOUN   a baby boomer | baby boomers
SYNO baby boomer | boomer
беби-бумер {м}baby boomer [coll.]
Partial Matches
малогабаритный {adj}
маломощный {adj}
крошечный {adj}
малого калибра {adj}
ребёнок {м}baby
младенец {м}baby
младенческий {adj}baby [attr.]
произвести на свет ребенка [сов.]to deliver a baby
детские ходунки {мн}baby walker {sg}
синдром {м} детского сотрясения <СДС>
shaken baby syndrome <SBS>
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Usage Examples English
  • Its lyrics juxtapose the disenfranchisement of contemporary millennial youth with the revolutionary idealism of their baby boomer parents' generation.
  • In developed countries, the so-called "baby boomer" demographic wave is now reaching the stage where serious consideration needs to be given to exit.
  • The baby boomer generation also felt the effects of the drug trade in their increased drug use from the 1960s to 80s.
  • There is a large demographic difference between the Baby Boomer generation and earlier generations, where earlier generations are less racially and ethnically diverse than the Baby Boomers’ population.
  • At the convention of the Tea Party movement Convention, Bossie debuted the documentary "Generation Zero", focusing on the financial crisis of 2007–2008 and insinuating that it was caused by the supposed selfishness of the entire Baby Boomer generation.

  • As of late 2005, much of the new residential development in Hamilton has been geared to accommodating the aging baby boomer generation.
  • Although its population has dropped from its peak in the early 1970s due to end of the baby boomer era and continued urban sprawl, St.
  • Unique opportunities are presented for this industry in this time of shifting travel trends and the baby boomer generation.
  • To evolve into a club for the Baby Boomer generation, new programs and memberships were developed to specifically attract retiring Baby Boomers who crave an active lifestyle with an emphasis on wellness, socialization and lifelong learning.
  • Boomer, or baby boomer, is a child born between 1946 and 1964.

  • The aging baby-boomer population, greater participation of women in the workforce, and the changes in marriage and childrearing norms explain the appearance that gentrification takes, or as Smith says, "why we have proliferating quiche bars rather than Howard Johnson's".
  • Dole promised an across-the-board 15% reduction in federal income taxes and labeled Clinton as a member of the "spoiled" Baby Boomer generation.
  • In a 2018 study, members of the Silent and Baby Boomer generations were more likely to express approval of Trump's presidency than those of Generation X and Millennials.
  • South High School and East High School were built in the late 1950s to accommodate the Baby Boomer generation.
  • Fidelity has experimented with marketing techniques directed to the baby boomer demographic, releasing "Never Stop Doing What You Love", a compilation of songs by Paul McCartney.

  • He appeared in the Baby Boomer team.
  • In the preface to the book "Mapping the New World of American Philanthropy" (Wiley, 2007), Judith wrote of the opportunity the Baby-Boomer generation has to define its legacy through lasting philanthropy.
  • He was the 24th premier of Quebec from October 3 to December 12, 1985, making him the province's shortest-serving premier, and the first Baby Boomer to hold the office.
  • In 1960, some sophomores and juniors were sent to form the core of the then new Yorktown High School, to relieve overcrowding resulting from the baby boomer generation reaching high school age.
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