[ kon bree-oh, kohn; Italian kawn bree-aw ]
/ kɒn ˈbri oʊ, koʊn; Italian kɔn ˈbri ɔ /
with vigor; vivaciously (used as a musical direction).
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- comédie française,
- con amore,
- con anima,
- con artist,
- con dolore,
- con espressione,
- con fuoco,
- con game,
- con job
Origin of con brio
Borrowed into English from Italian around 1890–95
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/ (kɒn ˈbriːəʊ) /
music (to be performed) with liveliness or spirit, as in the phrase allegro con brio
Word Origin for con brio
Italian: with energy
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