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'Brigado is a Portuguese equivalent of 'Thanks'. It's a shortened form of 'obrigado', which means 'Thank you'. The two forms respectively are pronounced 'bree-GAH-doo' and 'oh-bree-GAH-doo'.

That's how a male says 'Thanks'. It's 'brigada' for a female. That also is a shortened form, of 'obrigada'. The two forms respectively are pronounced 'bree-GAH-duh' and 'oh-bree-GAH-duh'.

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