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diva División en sílabas: di·va
Pronunciación: /ˈdēvə/

Definición de diva en inglés:

sustantivo

1A famous female opera singer: your average opera isn’t over till the diva trills her high notes
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  • Baker, not ordinarily thought of as a dramatic singer, shows most opera divas how to act with the voice.
  • The opera diva could accent a single word, like ‘ma’ in Rosina's aria in The Barber of Seville.
  • One of Cuba's most celebrated divas will stop off in Cork and Dublin next weekend.
1.1A famous female singer of popular music: a pop diva
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  • It's the kind of powerful voice which is more often found on gospel singers than on pop divas, but MacLean makes the transition well.
  • She had already become one of the most famous pop divas in the world, because of the Supremes.
  • The legendary soul diva of divas makes a welcome return date to Fairfield Concert Hall.
1.2A self-important person, typically a woman, who is temperamental and difficult to please: she is much more the dedicated maverick than the petulant diva
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  • We all know celebs can be divas at the best of times.
  • Whatever the press says about him being a diva, he's not.
  • She looks lovely, just a shame she is let down by her terrible attitude and diva-like behaviour onset.

Origen

Late 19th century: via Italian from Latin, literally 'goddess'.

Palabras que riman con diva

achiever, believer, cleaver, deceiver, Eva, fever, Geneva, griever, heaver, leaver, lever, Neva, perceiver, receiver, reiver, reliever, retriever, Shiva, underachiever, viva, weaver, weever

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Palabra del día fortissimo
Pronunciación: fɔːˈtɪsɪməʊ
adverb
(especially as a direction) very loud or loudly