morale-booster

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morale-booster

[mɒˈrɑːlbuːstəʳ] Ninyección f de ánimo
his recent win was a great morale-boostersu reciente victoria le levantó mucho la moral
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The symphony was famously used in dramatic wartime broadcasts during the siege as a morale-booster for the Allies.
vvHis head lad 'Rochey' has been with me since we moved here and he's a massive morale-booster.
This win will act as a morale-booster for the Welsh Premiership's bottom club ahead of their Swalec Cup opening round match next Saturday at home to North Wales-based RGC 1404.
It was Brora's third away win of the season and a vital morale-booster with most of the north sides off on Scottish Cup duty.
But then maybe the MoD released the statistics as a morale-booster.
Scottish Secretary Jim Murphy said Thursday's victory in Glasgow North East gave the party a huge morale-booster and a "real sense" that it could win the next election.
Amid growing civil unrest in Iran religious leaders are using the failure as an anti-Israeli morale-booster.
The move has provided a morale-booster, who can see themselves gaining skills in small, three-month steps.
The win was a great morale-booster as Crawley slipped to the bottom of the table and fellow strugglers Tamworth and Scarborough suffered heavy defeats.
He said: "They say you're only as good as your last race, so, although the Melbourne result was a great morale-booster, we now have to start all over again in a race that will be a much tougher proposition.
He said: 'They say you're only as good as your last race, so, although the Melbourne result was a great morale-booster, we now have to start all over again in a race that will be a much tougher proposition.
Hereford have won three of their five games under Robinson who said: 'The win over Scarborough was a big morale-booster.