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grandeza

Translation of grandeza in English:

sustantivo femenino

  • 2 2.1 (dignidad de Grande)
    rank of grandee
    2.2 (conjunto de Grandes) See examples: la grandeza
    the (Spanish) grandees
Example sentences
  • Hasta en las pequeñeces se debe dar muestras de grandeza.
  • Construye universos para recrear las miserias y grandezas de los hombres.
  • Todo gobierno tiene sueños de grandeza, todos quieren ser potencias.

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