1Great technical skill and brilliance shown in a performance or activity: the recital ended with a blazing display of bravura [as modifier]: a bravura performance
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- The album's final song, then, is also its centerpiece, summarizing its narrative and musical arcs in one bravura performance.
- It's another bravura performance by the master of the police procedural.
- Indeed, his work has actually been criticised for placing too great an emphasis on bravura technical skills at the expense of these other properties.
Mid 18th century: from Italian, from bravo 'bold'.
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