Definition of brio in English:

brio

Syllabification: bri·o
Pronunciation: /ˈbrēō
 
/

noun

Vigor or vivacity of style or performance: she told her story with some brio See also con brio.
More 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.
Synonyms

Origin

mid 18th century: from Italian.

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