1. (they're great in size; third person plural)
a. they're big
Te regalo mis patines. Son grandes, pero creo que son de tu número.You can have my roller skates. They're big, but I think they're your size.
Traeré las cajas que están en el sótano. Son grandes y duras.I'll bring the boxes that are in the basement. They're large and sturdy.
¿Quieres estas medias? - No, son grandes para mí.Do you want these socks? - No, they're too big for me.
2. (second person plural)
3. (third person plural)
a. they're old
¿Puedes leerles a mis padres lo que dice el cartel? Son grandes y ya no ven bien.Can you read what the sign says to my parents? They're old and they can't see well.
b. they're big (especially when spoken to children)
Son grandes y pueden cuidarse solos. No necesitan una niñera.They're big and they can take care of themselves. They don't need a babysitter.
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