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bravo
American English: /ˈbrɑvoʊ/
British English: /brɑːˈvəʊ/
, /ˈbrɑːvəʊ/

Translation of bravo in Spanish:

noun plural -voes or -vos

  • (as interjection)
    ¡bravo!
    Example sentences
    • Cheers, bravos and applause rang out through the large concert hall, as the performers left the stage.
    • The audience thanked Lorin Maazel and the orchestra for that half with enthusiastic applause, standing ovations, and bravos.
    • Shafer was rightly showered with wild applause and bravos after Act I, to which she responded with faux-incredulous gestures of ‘Me?’

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