American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- interj. Used to express approval of a woman, especially for a performance.
- n. A shout or cry of "brava.”
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See remarks under bravo, interj.
- Italian, feminine of bravo, bravo; see bravo1. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Unfortunately, the name "Venta de brava" is not on Google earth's database.”
“I was clapping wildly and shouting "brava" to Rosie Perez on Sunday during the curtain call for The Ritz when two cast members stepped forward and announced something that left me stunned.”
“Jeers and yells from the orchestra, but strangely from the gallery come the cries of "brava" and "bis" demanding an encore.”
“As for me, I can say only "brava" for the performance piece you produced.”
“This spicy tomato sauce is very similar to the Spanish "brava" sauce on patatas bravas.”
“But when the rule of the Visconti came to an end, the "brava" commune, fearing lest the nobles of Belluno should seize and occupy this stronghold to the ruin of the people, pulled it down, leaving scarce one stone standing upon another.”
“From the roars of "brava" and the standing ovation the moment the Theatre Friday night, one might have thought it was an opera and the audience was”
“brava' in tones that might reach Italy; she blew kisses to the actors in default of flowers.”
“But in any case, what we have here is French fries (cubes of fried potato) with salsa brava, a spicy red sauce.”
“Una gran brava persona ed un amico per il resto della nostra vita.”
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