meaning of baby boom

baby boom meaning in Etymology Dictionary

coined 1941, from infant (letter.) + increase (n.); derivative baby-boomer (person in one that began 1945) recorded by 1974.

baby boom meaning in General Dictionary

the more expensive than anticipated generation in US produced right after World War II

Sentence Examples with the word baby boom

They didn't foresee the baby boom brought about by a new post-war prosperity.

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