Bigger is better = Being bigger is better? Big is often good = Being big is often good? Is "Being" omitted in those sentences? Is this possible? I just don't understand them grammatically. Could you please explain them grammatically.

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    These are informal sentences, like slogans. To make them into 'proper' sentences you could say, for example 'To be bigger is [to be] better', 'It is often good to be big'. – Kate Bunting Jul 12 at 10:10

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