Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

great deal   (Gran oferta)

There is a great deal of standardization required.

Self’s avatar portrays a great deal of confidence.

But Meyer also generated a great deal of conflict.

great success   (gran éxito)

A novel of great success was taken from this film.

Unett also had great success in a Hillman Hunter.

She focuses on "Rebel", which is a great success.

great number   (Gran numero)

The next night, a great number come to listen.

The individual accolades were in great number.

Romania and Greece also host a great number of witches.

great importance   (gran importancia)

It has a great importance while conducting tax audits.

Since ages, the temple has been held in great importance.

Primary industries are also of great importance, however.

great interest   (gran interés)

The royal couple took great interest in their staff.

Their exhibitions were a success and a great interest.

"Sirene" had been of great interest in 1930s.

so great   (Tan estupendo)

The merchant is blessed for having so great a treasure.

She is so professional and so great.

His interest was so great that he wanted to be a wildlife presenter.

great influence   (Gran influencia)

It also had great influence in England and France.

Indian (Hindu) thought had great influence on Weil.

His ideas had a great influence on post-Archaic art.

great many   (Muchos)

It also killed a great many innocent civilians.

This causes a stampede which kills a great many people.

Large or fast ships could require a great many boilers.

great majority   (gran mayoría)

The Eastern bishops formed the great majority.

The great majority of people viewed him with suspicion.

The great majority accepted a place at The Actor Works.

too great   (demasiado bueno)

To dance around the facts would be too great a disservice.

As soon as the heat gets too great, just go bankrupt and get out.

If "n" is large enough, then the skew of the distribution is not too great.

great power   (gran poder)

The year 1885 will decide her fate as a great power.

It also gave the NA great power.

Such holdings gave it great power over the governments of small countries.

great variety   (gran variedad)

They also consume a great variety of shrubs and trees.

The Greek words are used in a great variety of meanings.

The early 19th century saw a great variety of flute designs.

great detail   (gran detalle)

The sector has been surveyed, but not in great detail.

I don't do sex scenes in any great detail.

The chronicle of Rasted describes his victory in great detail.

first great   (primero genial)

Death of Allan Robertson, the first great professional golfer.

Salieri's first great success was in the realm of serious opera.

The first great master of the style was the composer Joseph Haydn.

great difficulty   (gran dificultad)

With great difficulty we managed to drag her back.

There was great difficulty in determining its position.

They became stuck and were removed with great difficulty.

great grandfather   (bisabuelo)

He is the great grandfather of the Duchess of Kent.

His great grandfather Peter Donnelly was a Minuteman.

His great grandfather was a Scottish labourer.

great grandson   (bisnieto)

Emri Zaid is the great grandson of Alexander Zaïd.

He was the great grandson of the poet Coventry Patmore.

It was written by his great grandson Khoshru Navrosji Banaji.

great part   (gran parte)

Says Eskander: “It was just a great part time job.

In 1956, he donated a great part of collections to the government.

The park includes a great part of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field.

last great   (último gran)

The concerto was Elgar's last great popular success.

It is deemed the last great epic poem in European literature.

He was the last great ruler of Egypt before the Persian conquest.

showed great   (mostró genial)

Linnaeus greatly respected Scopoli and showed great interest in his work.

He showed great ability for the study of languages and ancient documents.

He showed great aptitude.

other great   (otro gran)

The other great teacher of the high school was SMT.

It separates you from the million other great players."

In addition to his career as an entertainer, Jones's other great love was horses.

made great   (hecho genial)

Mu Xin has also made great achievements in literature.

The Dravidians made great contributions to development of Hinduism.

He made great contribution to the first Chinese early warning airplane.

great numbers   (grandes números)

He has led great numbers of you astray.

It's collected for the aquarium trade, but not in great numbers.

They were however found in great numbers in the northern regions of Nandi.

great effect   (gran efecto)

Frost uses personification to great effect throughout the poem.

On “Mack the Knife,” he and Person trade phrases to great effect.

He reappeared again in two matches in 1919, again to no great effect.

great hall   (gran salón)

The great hall is known for its good acoustics.

The great hall is one of the main structures of the university.

The great hall has a floor of English limestone and Purbeck marble.

caused great   (causado gran)

This case caused great public debate in the late spring of 1844.

The 'graffiti' on their Holiest site caused great offence to Jews.

This caused great sadness, depression and fear amongst those not involved.

great popularity   (gran popularidad)

Sen achieved great popularity as a lawyer and orator.

The IMC's annual youth sailing camp enjoys great popularity.

Encaustic or inlaid tiles enjoyed two periods of great popularity.

great extent   (en gran medida)

He has also worked over Tasawwuf to a great extent.

In alloy design, this effect is used to a great extent.

The movement protected the rights of tenants to a great extent.

great potential   (gran potencial)

The country has great potential for hydroelectric power.

The thinking prevailed that the prairies had great potential.

Now, with VfL, he has the chance to develop his great potential."

great wealth   (gran riqueza)

His business flourished and he gained great wealth.

A great wealth of texts survives from the MHG period.

Abid accumulated great wealth during his life.

many great   (muchos geniales)

He is now considered one of the many great 'composers in exile'.

The band pays tribute to many great jazz drummers in addition to Buddy Rich.

Until 1996 he produced etchings and aquatints for many great illustrated books.

made a great   (hecho un gran)

He made a great reputation in old men's parts.

However, they made a great team.

Abo has made a great effort to preserve the memory of her late husband.

very great   (muy bien)

"We had a ball, making some very great music."

There is... a very great art in making rubbish acceptable".

"His sensitivity is very great.

no great   (no genial)

"Why they did what they did – is no great secret.

He reappeared again in two matches in 1919, again to no great effect.

For the most part no great art or skill was lavished on those old tombstones.

great care   (buen cuidado)

Due to the cost of sample acquisition, samples should be treated with great care.

Men wore a toga-like garment and took great care not to appear naked even when washing.

Villumsen had buried the body with great care, and a pair of skis marked the grave site.

great work   (buen trabajo)

Bokhari's great work was done at the United Nations.

But what happened is, she had this great work ethic."

His great work, "Les Origines de l'ancienne France", was produced slowly.

great lengths   (grandes longitudes)

Jerry goes to great lengths to get a sad-faced handicapped girl to laugh.

He has gone to great lengths to find the right kind of studio production.

He was a paternalistic employer and went to great lengths to improve the situation of his employees.

great powers   (grandes poderes)

Among the region's great powers, Edom was held in low regard.

This caused the pope to be recognized by all the great powers.

Then, God sent a man in his androgynous body, endowed him with great powers.

great respect   (gran respecto)

Emperor Akbar had a great respect for the Shaikh.

The living have great respect for the dead.

The Khmer people have great respect for the enchanting brothers.

took great   (tomó genial)

The royal couple took great interest in their staff.

He took great pride in helping assistant coaches advance their careers.

The ancients took great stock in success as a sign of favoritism by the gods.

great amount   (gran cantidad)

Because of this, The Law Code of Manu has a great amount of authority.

There is a great amount of research and drugs developed relating to cancer.

There is also a great amount of shared mythology and a common belief in Mana.

great value   (gran valor)

Bavarians tend to place a great value on food and drink.

Rav Judah and Rava inferred from the great value of rain.

The great value in her works is betrayed to movement and gesture.

great white   (gran blanco)

The jaws of a large great white shark may have up to five layers.

As a sign of his prophecy, he said a great white whale would rise out of Witch Pond.

Ryan helps the couple escape from their drowned car, but a second great white shark is revealed.

enjoyed great   (disfruté genial)

After World War II, Essendon enjoyed great success.

This enjoyed great success worldwide until 1914.

The album enjoyed great success in North America upon release.

great impact   (gran impacto)

Have a great impact to the city,” Lewis said.

had a great impact on the artist's thinking.

Suddenly, I felt a great impact of a rising force within me.

great uncle   (gran tío)

He is the great uncle of footballer Alex Zahavi.

His great uncle was the economist John Maynard Keynes.

Matt inherits a cinema from his great uncle.

great distances   (grandes distancias)

Visitors traveled great distances to see the celebrated holy man.

Michael uses an enchanted stone helmet to see across great distances.

The seeds are typically dispersed in large amounts over great distances.

great demand   (gran demanda)

The formula grew to be in great demand in the area.

In most of these she was in great demand at music festivals.

Consequently, the Sloan liniment formula was in great demand.

achieved great   (logrado grande)

The book has achieved great publishing success.

Sen achieved great popularity as a lawyer and orator.

The group achieved great success globally and scored a chain of No.

great acclaim   (gran aclamación)

In June 1865 she appeared to great acclaim in Paris.

He has received great acclaim for dressing Hollywood celebrities.

Jones was cast and appeared to great acclaim as the Artful Dodger.

great love   (gran amor)

He also had a great love for music and was a guitarist.

Like many saints, he had a great love for God's creatures.

During the trial, Jem learns of Mary's great love for him.

great loss   (gran pérdida)

It was a great loss and worst year for the community.

He was a quiet and special man and this is a great loss."

There was a great loss to the buildings.

great fire   (gran incendio)

In 1859, a great fire caused destruction to the College.

In 1823, a great fire destroyed half of the buildings of Marghita.

In 1933 there was a great fire, and the new city was rebuilt again.

great man   (gran hombre)

Wales has lost a great man, and I mourn a true friend.'

Tolstoy: a great writer, a great thinker and a great man.

It furthers one to see the great man."

not a great   (no un gran)

It's probably not a great film, but it's all right.

It was not a great success and had no practical follow-up.

The death of one soldier is not a great loss to the Republic".

such a great   (Tan grandioso)

He has such a great ease with who he is", Fincher remarked.

It was such a great feeling, and not just because I was a kid.

After such a great performance Čekulajevs joined FK Jūrmala-VV in 2008.

great circle   (gran circulo)

Helsinki has an optimal location for great circle (i.e.

Its name, fittingly, means, "great circle."

The 4th meridian west forms a great circle with the 176th meridian east.

another great   (otro gran)

Sheikh Yakut was another great man.

The replay was another great game with both sides giving it their all.

The Peruvian novelist Mario Vargas Llosa is another great admirer of Flaubert.

great distance   (gran distancia)

Jacob had traveled a great distance to find Laban.

It can be seen from a great distance from the plains below the mountain.

Some of the stone tools were made of raw material imported from a great distance.

great significance   (gran significado)

The number 108 is of great significance in Hindu and Buddhist mythology.

The property is considered of great significance because of the collection of buildings.

Namely this acquaintance with liberal European ideas had a great significance in his formation.

great victory   (gran victoria)

The battle was a great victory for the Welsh.

God really blessed me with a great victory."

This is a great victory to our cause".

great strength   (gran fuerza)

Therefore, Bovril indicates great strength obtained from an ox.

He has great strength and athleticism, as well as good technical ability.

By arranging the planking in the way described, great strength was obtained."

great skill   (gran habilidad)

The process of making charcoal demanded great skill and vast quantities of trees.

Outside of pro-bending, Mako demonstrated great skill in traditional firebending combat.

The city "suddenly organised the manufacture of arms" with great skill and effectiveness.

great attention   (gran atención)

The landscape shows great attention to detail in the modeling of nature.

She was involved in longing lawsuits with both her husband's which attracted great attention.

Jean de Sperati paid great attention to the accuracy of the postmark when falsifying the stamps.

great personal   (gran personal)

Yet the conflict brought great personal tragedy to Garvin.

Hauge faced great personal suffering and state persecution.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu referred to the event as a "great personal tragedy".

great job   (gran trabajo)

"I'd rather be on that end than on, 'Boy, great job.

He did a great job, but he didn't enjoy the process."

"All these guys on this M&Ms Camry team do a great job for me.

great concern   (gran preocupación)

This is of great concern to us and we are removing the video immediately.

In addition to the poor economic condition, safety in the mines was a great concern.

I saw the world in a new light, and my great concern was to have everybody converted.

great diversity   (gran diversidad)

There is great diversity in the genotype and phenotype of wild strains.

The complexity comes from the great diversity of stakeholders in the process.

Plants, such as "Arabidopsis thaliana," have a particularly great diversity of isoforms.

great friend   (gran amigo)

It depicts the Poet and his great friend Nicholas Ferrar.

He was a great friend with Medo Pucić, whose lyrics were translated into Italian.

Emerson would become a great friend and confidant of the aforementioned Achille Murat for years.

received great   (recibido genial)

It received great ratings from audiences and critics.

The story of the murders received great publicity at the time.

He has received great acclaim for dressing Hollywood celebrities.

such great   (tan grande)

The club welcomes us with open arms, and we've had such great championships here in the past.

Bestsellers have gained such great popularity that it has sometimes become fashionable to purchase them.

He often talked of what a shame it is to use such great resources (such as the internet) for such material.

great opportunity   (gran oportunidad)

The success of "Aetibar" and "Guitar'93" marked a great opportunity for Signs.

Danny saw in the story of this trip a great opportunity for a literary comeback.

I liked soccer, thought it was a great opportunity then, and thought it was now."

great effort   (gran esfuerzo)

Once again, a great effort began to raise funds for their redemption.

Abo has made a great effort to preserve the memory of her late husband.

Though he had a great effort, he lost in overtime 1–0, when a backhand shot slipped by taken from Jonathan Toews.

great emphasis   (gran énfasis)

Nanaji always laid great emphasis on education.

Alsagoff places great emphasis on the Arabic language.

The EBU places great emphasis on the use of open standards.

man of great   (hombre de gran)

Abauzit was a man of great learning and of wonderful versatility.

Müller was a man of great and versatile talents, an excellent orator, and a suggestive writer.

He was an energetic man of great physical endurance who possessed an almost boyish enthusiasm.

great things   (grandes cosas)

I'm sure that he can succeed a lot of great things."

King Yeongjo expected great things from him.

Batman or Spider-Man or Superman, they do all these great things, but what do they believe in?"

really great   (realmente grandioso)

"Ryan Williams is a really great player."

have made a really great positively commercial punk outfit...

The Doctor promises her that she will have a really great year.

great economic   (gran económico)

The 1830s brought to Europe great economic hardships.

The period of great economic transformation and growth occurred between 1875 and 1975.

The area was also underdeveloped and poor, so that banditry posed great economic incentives.

became a great   (se convirtió en un gran)

This aircraft became a great favorite of Pelly-Fry.

Holguín later became a great orator, debater, and writer.

At the time of its release, the movie became a great success.

great enthusiasm   (gran entusiasmo)

Students participate in Sports with great enthusiasm.

It was received with great enthusiasm and earned him an endowment.

This concept was taken to community meetings and met with great enthusiasm.

spent a great   (pasó un gran)

Indorf spent a great deal of his life overseas.

Shifty spent a great deal of time in the outdoors, hunting game.

As a young writer, Carpentier spent a great deal of time in Europe.

great admirer   (gran admirador)

He was also a great admirer of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz.

In contrast, Hughes was a supporter, and a great admirer of Roy Jenkins.

The Peruvian novelist Mario Vargas Llosa is another great admirer of Flaubert.

time of great   (tiempo de gran)

It was a time of great growth for Boleslawiec ceramics.

The 1960s were a time of great change and growth for the AYF.

Christ's return will coincide with a time of great tribulation.

caused a great   (causó un gran)

This caused a great deal of joy among Negroes.

The article caused a great deal of light-hearted controversy.

This caused a great deal of controversy, resentment and protest.

great apes   (grandes monos)

It is the only place in Kenya where these great apes can be seen.

In local parlance, the great apes of the Bili Forest fall into two distinct groups.

He also led the attempt with the UNESCO to make the great apes a "World Heritage Species".

great time   (Buen tiempo)

We had a great time and traveled all over the world.

She agrees and they have a great time together.

She was thrilled and had a great time."

great political   (gran política)

They held large fiefs, and retained great political influence.

The result was several years of great political instability and civil war.

The Glorious Revolution of 1688 made an end of it as a great political force.

great advantage   (Gran ventaja)

As such, the home teams enjoyed a great advantage.

A great advantage of bootstrap is its simplicity.

In short, the VC enjoyed a great advantage over any attacking force.

great horned   (gran cuernos)

In Pennsylvania, the chief predator of eastern cottontails is the great horned owl.

Billy winds up finding two great horned owls, which join his larger pet collection.

The only known avian predators of this species are golden eagles and great horned owls.

great speed   (gran velocidad)

He had great speed as a runner, but did not steal many bases.

In spite of their great speed, they would have been wasted in a cruising role.

In Honduras his nickname is "La Bala Ortiz" (the bullet), for its great speed.

received a great   (recibió un gran)

Deng also received a great deal of popular support.

She received a great deal of hate mail and angry phone calls.

The Braves received a great deal of support from the community during the 1980 season.

great beauty   (gran belleza)

Of great beauty, these are considered the most southern of Spain.

She goes into the ring and Pete is indeed breath-taken by her great beauty.

Hélène is described as being in her early to mid-twenties, and is considered a great beauty.

great public   (gran público)

This case caused great public debate in the late spring of 1844.

It is especially with his later books that he won a great public acclaim.

"Sinatra was the first great public figure I ever wrote about," Capp once said.

great works   (grandes obras)

The first detailed transcription of percussion, song and chants are to be found in his great works.

The emphasis on formal rules during the Golden Age produced great works, albeit with highly standardized form.

Every evening, extracts from his great works, the "Canon" and the "Sanatio", were dictated and explained to his pupils.

period of great   (período de gran)

The 1990s and the 2000s were a period of great struggle.

The period of great economic transformation and growth occurred between 1875 and 1975.

The 16th and 17th centuries in Wales, as in the rest of Europe, were a period of great change.

s great   (es grandioso)

So it’s great for them to get a bit of success.

Despite the family’s great wealth, Hoffmann was raised frugally.

"It’s great for Poland," said Kubot.

great great   (bien bien)

Another great great grandfather was Charlemagne Tower.

Furioso II is his great great damsire.

(My great great grandfather was a man of God-given taste in scenery)."

great promise   (gran promesa)

Admission required that a student display great promise.

Wakasegawa was regarded as a wrestler with great promise.

He is asked to take part in an experiment for a memory treatment that shows great promise.

great efforts   (Grandes esfuerzos)

As such, Luthor went to great efforts to obtain the Parasite's remains.

As a result, cartoonists have less incentive to put great efforts into these panels.

Chiang made great efforts to gain recognition as the official successor of Sun Yat-sen.

great pride   (gran orgullo)

It is a matter of great pride to the inhabitants.

“And I take great pride in that kind of work.

He took great pride in helping assistant coaches advance their careers.