What does extravaganza mean?

Definitions for extravaganza
ɪkˌstræv əˈgæn zəex·trav·a·gan·za

Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word extravaganza.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. extravaganzanoun

    any lavishly staged or spectacular entertainment

GCIDE

  1. Extravaganzanoun

    a lavish or spectacular show or event, or presentation; as, Disney staged an extravaganza in Central Park that drew many thousands.

    Etymology: [Extravagance with an Italian ending: cf. It. stravaganza.]

Wiktionary

  1. extravaganzanoun

    an event or display (dramatic, musical, etc) of fantastic or chaotic behaviour or conduct.

    Etymology: from estravaganza by similarity to extravagant

Webster Dictionary

  1. Extravaganzanoun

    a composition, as in music, or in the drama, designed to produce effect by its wild irregularity; esp., a musical caricature

    Etymology: [Extravagance with an Italian ending: cf. It. stravaganza.]

  2. Extravaganzanoun

    an extravagant flight of sentiment or language

    Etymology: [Extravagance with an Italian ending: cf. It. stravaganza.]

Freebase

  1. Extravaganza

    Extravaganza is a two hour bi-weekly comedy variety show taped in Jakarta, Indonesia which has been broadcast by Trans TV on Saturday and Monday night since its debut on April 5, 2004. It's the most popular comedy variety show in Indonesia

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Extravaganza

    eks-trav-a-gan′za, n. an extravagant or eccentric piece of music or literary production: extravagant conduct or speech. [It.]

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of extravaganza in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of extravaganza in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of extravaganza in a Sentence

  1. Ian Ling-Stuckey:

    At that time, we were in the midst of the APEC extravaganza with our new APEC Haus, red carpet, fancy new roads all focused in Port Moresby, and Maseratis, now, we have a new prime minister that travels economy class.

  2. Prashant Agarwal:

    Life is so miserable, even though we always try to live well, live in peace, live happily, but suddenly all goes in vain, as any uneven situation if arises, brings us in an unusual state. Mostly, we try to resist, we ignore & we fight to get out of it, and we put our best efforts towards it, but fear still remains the same, even though if everything comes out well. This fear which always keeps on revolving in mind, the fear of what will happen, if this will happen, and a fear of if this will not happen, then what will happen creates a lot of nuisance within. Such thoughts create an extravaganza of different instances, which has not yet happened, neither experienced, but since the negative forces have such impacts that to create a shield against it becomes a challenge. So it is important to understand, that to create a meaningful life is not easy, neither possible without fear, and to live in fear without thinking about the situations is also not possible. The best possibility is to live consciously and plan effectively, so that in any such situations, instead of screaming with fear, we should stand still and face it.

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Translations for extravaganza

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  • зрелищно представлениеBulgarian
  • Ausstattungsstück, Zauberposse, Spektakel, ExtravaganzaGerman
  • extravaganciaSpanish
  • ExtravaganceFrench
  • extravaganzaItalian
  • חגיגהHebrew
  • ekstravaganzaMalay
  • буффонада, зрелищное представление, феерияRussian
  • பேலஸில்Tamil
  • కోలాహలంTelugu
  • феєріяUkrainian

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