Translation of bravura in Spanish:

bravura

brillante, adj.

Pronunciation /brəˈv(j)urə//brəˈv(j)ʊərə/

adjective

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    (writing/performance) brillante
    (singing/passage) interpretado con virtuosismo
    • Tom turns in another bravura performance in this movie, even if his role for the most part calls for more endurance than acting.
    • When reading, hearing or viewing art, we are drawn to bravura performances, I think, by an essentially primitive approval of self-possession wherever it may be found.
    • It's another bravura performance by the master of the police procedural.
    • Bogosian's demanding, bravura performance truly runs the full gamut of emotions and really adds dimension and depth to what could have been a totally one-note character and role.
    • I'm not surprised by her bravura performance.
    • It certainly benefits from the addition of qualities previously rare in his work: robust pacing, greater narrative coherence and a series of bravura performances.
    • We celebrate seven weeks of nail-biting finishes and bravura performances that made the sporting summer of 2005 so glorious and so unforgettable
    • We peer through it into another world, while we applaud its bravura performance in this one.
    • I didn't have a clue about what Jim was saying, and I'm not sure Mr. Coe did either, but at the end of his bravura performance I got my grade changed.
    • The Yankees wore caps honouring New York rescue workers and put singing firemen and policemen at home plate to give bravura performances of national anthems official and unofficial.
    • Their bravura performances never came about from actually working off each other, they simply found the heart and soul of their characters from the material.
    • The album's final song, then, is also its centerpiece, summarizing its narrative and musical arcs in one bravura performance.
    • Before this point's reached, however, we see Medea's conflicting impulses in a performance of bravura strength and delicacy, yet darkly lit with moments of mordant humour.
    • Indeed, his work has actually been criticised for placing too great an emphasis on bravura technical skills at the expense of these other properties.
    • Its dazzling chiaroscuro and painterly bravura surpass his earlier performances.
    • Part of the delight of watching her pivot gracefully from steely composure to histrionic distress comes from the feeling of witnessing two bravura performances at once.
    • It was an Oscar-winning, bravura performance.
    • I feel a little churlish raising this because they were certainly an enjoyable pair to watch and undoubtedly gave everything to achieve really bravura performances.
    • He had won the British Grand Prix 48 hours previously with a series of bravura performances, outrageous even.
    • Barber's boundless melodic inspiration takes inspired flight from the surging opening movement through the moving, poignant Andante and rousing bravura finale.