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estupendo inglés:

1. great

Great, isn't it?
A great warrior radiates strength. He doesn't have to fight to the death.
Though the Incas built up a great civilization, they had no system of writing.
If it were not for great books, our lives would be much the poorer.
Most people have great disinclinations to get out of bed early, even if they have to.
The cones of the jack pine, for example, do not readily open to release their seeds until they have been subjected to great heat.
Wouldn't it be great if a gender-neutral pronoun for "he" or "she" existed in English?
This drawing is less than great. He needs to do something with the line here at the back of the leg.
We humans have a great way of twisting facts to fit our conclusion as soon as we have made one.
All great men are dead and I am not feeling too well myself.
By the 1750s, all the tribes of the Great Plains had horses.
The small country is making great efforts to keep up with other developing countries.
A nation need not necessarily be powerful to be great.
Being written in great haste, this letter has quite a few mistakes.
General Lee and the Confederate Army lost the great battle.

Inglés palabraestupendo"(great) ocurre en conjuntos:

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2. stupendous

A stupendous display of technique
he has stupendous hangover

Inglés palabraestupendo"(stupendous) ocurre en conjuntos:

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