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bravo

exclamation uk   /ˌbrɑːˈvəʊ/  us   /ˈbrɑː.voʊ/
used to express your pleasure when someone, especially a performer, has done something well
Translations of “bravo”
in Vietnamese hoan hô…
in Spanish bravo…
in Thai ไชโย…
in Malaysian syabas…
in French bravo…
in German Bravo…
in Chinese (Traditional) (喝采聲)好!真棒!…
in Indonesian bagus!…
in Russian браво!…
in Turkish (ünlem) bravo!, helal olsun!…
in Chinese (Simplified) (喝彩声)好!真棒!…
in Polish brawo!…
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