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  • You say "Bravo!" to a male on stage, and "Brava!" to a female. Other than that, there is no difference.
  • Wide Awake has already posted the correct answer. For further clarification, see this link: http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Bravo
  • I would never say either. That smacks too much of affectation for me.
  • This is a normal adjective used to describe people, and so you'll have to use the proper ending depending on who you're talking about. The feminine singular form is brava. The plural forms are bravi and brave for masculine and feminine respectively. Saying bravo to a woman is incorrect.Apr 13, 2014 word usage - Can I say bravo to a female performer? - Italian ... italian.stackexchange.com/questions/1880/can-i-say-bravo-to-a-female-performer

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