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American English: /ˈbrioʊ/
British English: /ˈbriːəʊ/

Translation of brio in Spanish:


  • Example sentences
    • Burstein captured every subtle variation of the melodic line with scintillating brio and vivacity.
    • This balletic score received a performance filled with rhythmic verve and brio.
    • The Stoltzmans played it with dash and brio to spare.

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