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verve
American English: /vərv/
British English: /vəːv/

Translation of verve in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • to sing with verve
    cantar con brío
    her music/writing lacks verve
    a su música/a lo que escribe le falta brío
    Example sentences
    • The group from Kolhapur in Maharashtra, to perform before Hyderabadis, was full of verve and vigour.
    • The design captures the spirit, character and verve of Chinese culture.
    • Teenage girls have passione and verve and the chutzpah to do anything and wear anything they want.

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