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Synonyms for bravo

congratulations

Synonyms for bravo

a murderer (especially one who kills a prominent political figure) who kills by a surprise attack and often is hired to do the deed

a cry of approval as from an audience at the end of great performance

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applaud with shouts of 'bravo' or 'brava'

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FIAT has introduced a new version of the Bravo which is set to become the most popular version of the latest lineup.
Fiat commercial director Andy Rowe, says: "This engine should prove to be the mainstay of our new Bravo range, competing as it does with the 1.6-litre engines of all our rivals.
TAKING A LEAD - a front view of the Bravo; NEW RANGE - the latest Bravo will, says Fiat, prove best against its rivals
In the great portrait Frida Kahlo in Manuel Alvarez Bravo's Studio, 1930s, the painter's head, with its penetrating, questioning eyes, is twice rhymed elsewhere: in the mirrored ball next to her arm, which (like the mirror in Velasquez' Las Meninas) gathers, concentrates, and somehow expands the space in the studio, thereby returning it as a distorted reflection; and in the carving on the floor behind her, staring blind-eyed and open-mouthed at nothing.
Manuel Alvarez Bravo has maintained this tender, sly, and fascinated vigilance over his native Mexico for some seventy years now.
Alvarez Bravo's MoMA retrospective, with some 170 images, along with three fairly substantial gallery shows, gives us almost more of him than we can easily take in.
Erwin Margarejo, the Manila Police District spokesperson, identified the fatality as PO3 Roy Francis Navarro and the injured as PO3 Jay Ar Bravo and 19-year-old Andre Sapico.
Around 2:30 a.m., Navarro and Bravo were in uniform traveling on separate motorbikes on A.
On June 4 of this year, Chilean artist Claudio Bravo died at age seventy-four from complications of epilepsy' at his home in Taroudant, Morocco.
The death of Claudio Bravo early this past summer was an extremely sad event in the realm of figurative art.