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or pi·zazz or piz·zaz  (pĭ-zăz′)
n. Informal
1. Dazzling style; flamboyance; flair.
2. Vigorous spirit; energy or excitement.

[Origin unknown.]


or piz•zazz


n. Informal.
1. energy; vitality; vigor.
2. attractive style; dash; flair.
[1935–40, Amer.; orig. obscure]


pizzazz [pəˈzæz] Nenergía f, dinamismo m
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