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viva

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvivavi‧va1 /ˈvaɪvə/ (also viva voce) noun [countable] British English  a spoken examination taken at the end of a university course
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vivaIn May she came to Oxford for her D. Phil viva.Remember vivas and interviews; candidates dig their own pits quite happily, with minimal help from the examiners.
vivavi‧va2 /ˈviːvə/ interjection  PRAISEused to show that you approve of someone and want them to continue to exist or be successful
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vivaViva Mandela!
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