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 us   /ˈbrɑ·voʊ, brɑˈvoʊ/
an expression used to show pleasure and admiration when someone, esp. a performer, has done something well
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Traducciones de “bravo”
en español bravo…
in Vietnamese hoan hô…
in Malaysian syabas…
in Thai ไชโย…
en francés bravo…
en alemán Bravo…
en chino (simplificado) (喝彩声)好!真棒!…
en turco (ünlem) bravo!, helal olsun!…
en ruso браво!…
in Indonesian bagus!…
en chino (tradicionál) (喝采聲)好!真棒!…
en polaco brawo!…
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