Bravo meaning

brä'vō, brä-vō'
Used to express approval, especially of a performance.
interjection
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A shout or cry of “bravo.”
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The definition of bravo is something you say or shout when applauding or otherwise commending someone for a job well-done.

An example of a time when you would say bravo is after a splendid performance.

interjection
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To express approval of by shouting “bravo.”
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A hired killer; assassin; desperado.
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A hired soldier; an assassin; a desperado.
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Well done; excellent.
interjection
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To shout “bravo.”
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To cheer or applaud, especially by saying bravo!
verb
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A shout of "bravo!"
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The letter B in the ICAO spelling alphabet.
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Used to express acclaim, especially to a performer.

Bravo, you have done a brilliant job!

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The letter B in the ICAO spelling alphabet.
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A villain, especially a hired killer.
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A shout of “bravo”
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Origin of bravo

  • Italian from bravo wild, excellent brave
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • Italian brave
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Italian bravo.
    From Wiktionary