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gran paso

gran paso
A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
masculine noun
1. (great progress)
a. big step
Independizarme fue un gran paso para mí. Con mis padres tenía una vida muy fácil, pero necesitaba tener mi propio espacio.Leaving home was a big step for me. I had a very easy life with my parents, but I needed to have my own space.
b. major step forward
El nuevo acuerdo representa un gran paso en las relaciones diplomáticas entre los dos países.The new agreement is a major step forward in the diplomatic relations between the two countries.
c. great step forward
Para la policía, este descubrimiento supuso un gran paso en la investigación del crimen.For the police, this discovery was a great step forward in the investigation of the crime.
d. great advance
No cabe duda de que la invención de la rueda fue un gran paso en la historia de la humanidad.There's no doubt that the invention of the wheel was a great advance in the history of mankind.
2. (wedding)
a. plunge
Así que van a dar ustedes el gran paso. - Así es, nos casamos en abril.So, you're going to take the plunge. - That's right. We're getting married in April.
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