grande στα Γαλλικά
2. (dimensione) grand; gros; énorme
3. (importanza) grand; important; majeur 4. (grado) grand; grave; flagrant; excellent
A grande passion is the privilege of people who have nothing to do.
The Canal Grande is very nice and fascinating, with its gondolas which let you see the whole city from the sea, passing under such low bridges that you have to lower your head not to hit them.
According to Jason Owens, chief operating officer of the Border Patrol in the Rio Grande valley, coyotes “are slowly realizing that they can earn more by trafficking people than by trafficking narcotics, and with less risk.”
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Disdain is a sword with a double edge, One slays with love, the other with forgetfulness…. he had a vision of salons, ladies, amorous intrigues; but even more than by this he was overwhelmed with sadness by the waltzes from La Dina and La Grande Duchesse .
Here there is nothing individual. Its builders erected it to the memory of la Grande Armee and that Grand Army was the people in arms who spread revolution throughout Europe.
The massacre in Cienaga Grande de Santa Marta (Magdalena) on 22 November was a classic example.
He crossed the Rio Grande River.
You said that you would study those proposals with the utmost vigilance, avec la plus grande attention.
Gall, lover the the Queen, went - magnanimous tour - / Gallantly from the arena to the Tower Grande, in Nîmes.
Therefore, allow everyone from Fajã Grande in the Azores, Europe's westernmost point, to participate.
1. imponente: gigantesco, enorme, colossale, immenso, ciclopico, mastodontico, monumentale, smisurato, sconfinato, sterminato
2. vasto: esteso, ampio, lungo, alto, largo, grosso, voluminoso
3. maturo: adulto, vecchio
4. robusto: forte
5. importante: notevole, rilevante, ragguardevole, considerevole, abbondante, consistente
6. forte: intenso
7. solenne: sontuoso
8. numeroso: abbondante, copioso, cospicuo, ingente, grandioso