"The men find the meat."
Translation:Vali parkla rhaenis.
"The meat" can be either singular or plural. "Meat" can serve as a collective noun describing a large quantity of meat(s). (You might say "meats" if you want to emphasize that there are different types of meat, but generally speaking "meat" is a noun that can serve as either singular or plural). Thus, both "parkla" and "parklon" are acceptable translations of "meat."