An example of a time when you would say bravo is after a splendid performance.
Origin of bravoIt: see brave, adjective
nounpl. -·voes, -·vos, -·vi
Origin of bravoIt: see brave
verbbra·voed, bra·vo·ing, bra·voes
Origin of bravoItalian; see brave .
nounpl. bra·voes, or bra·vos
Origin of bravoItalian from bravo wild, excellent ; see brave .
(plural bravos or bravoes)
Sometimes the (non-anglicized) Italian female form brava is used for a woman, and the Italian plural forms brave (feminine) and bravi (masculine or mixed).
(third-person singular simple present bravos, present participle bravoing, simple past and past participle bravoed)
From Italian bravo.
- The letter B in the ICAO spelling alphabet.