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sonic boom ‎(plural sonic booms)

  1. The audible effect of a shock wave in the air, especially one caused by an aircraft flying faster than the speed of sound

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sonic boom ‎(third-person singular simple present sonic booms, present participle sonic booming, simple past and past participle sonic boomed)

  1. To produce such an effect.

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  1. ^ Popular Mechanics March 1968, p 116