son grandes
1. (they're great in size; third person plural) 
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) 
Son grandes pero tienen más energía que la mayoría de los jóvenes.You're old but you have more energy than most youngsters.
b. you're big (especially when spoken to children) 
Pórtense bien. Son grandes; ya no son bebés.Behave yourselves. You're big; you're no longer babies.
3. (third person plural) 
¿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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