Bravo may refer to:

  • Rio Grande, a river that flows through Mexico and the United States, also known as "Río Bravo"

In media:

  • Bravo (Canada), a specialty arts channel in Canada
  • Bravo (magazine), a youth magazine in Germany and Russia
    • Bravo Otto, awards presented by the magazine
  • Bravo (Belgian magazine), a Belgian comics magazine
  • Bravo TV (TV series), a German television programme
  • Bravo (UK TV channel), a British digital television channel that ceased broadcasting on 1 January 2011
  • Bravo (U.S. TV channel), an American cable television network

In music:

  • Bravo (band), a Russian pop-rock band
    • Bravo (Bravo album)
  • Bravo (5566 album)
  • Bravo (Spanish group) a Spanish musical group at the Eurovision Song Contest 1984
  • Bravo!, an album by rock band Friska Viljor
  • Bravo Band, a Macedonian music group

In aviation:

  • FFA AS-202 Bravo training aircraft
  • Mooney Bravo, an aircraft produced by the Mooney Aircraft Company
  • Cessna Citation Bravo, a business jet
  • Bravo Airlines, an airline based in Madrid, Spain

In other usage:

  • The letter "B" in the NATO phonetic alphabet
  • Bravo (software), the first WYSIWYG word processor, developed at Xerox PARC
  • Bravo, Cuba, a community in the municipality of Santiago de Cuba
  • BRAVO Volunteer Ambulance, a free volunteer ambulance service in New York City
  • Fiat Bravo/Brava, a compact car
  • Bravo Awards, former name of the ALMA Awards
  • Bravo Telecom, a Saudi wireless operator
  • Bravo class submarine, a design of military submarines built in the then-Soviet Union
  • Bravo or chlorothalonil, a fungicide
  • Bravo (armed retainer) (plural Bravi), one of the armed retinue of, typically, a petty Italian lord during the 16th and 17th centuries
  • Bravo (supermarket), a chain of grocery stores in the northeast US
  • Bravo, Bravo, Bravo, a vessel emergency code
  • Bravo Award, annually presented by the Italian magazine Guerin Sportivo to the most outstanding young European footballer
  • Bravo or Castle Bravo was the code name given to the first U.S. test of a dry fuel thermonuclear hydrogen bomb

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