Definition of 'pride'
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The tears came from joy and pride. The Sun (2016)That collapse was another blow to national pride and caused widespread disruption in freight shipments worldwide. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It shall take pride of my place on my wall. The Sun (2016)People identify with that and feel a sense of pride. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Today it's home to a vibrant cultural scene buoyed by evident civic pride. Times, Sunday Times (2016)National pride may have won Brexiteers the war but national humility would help us win the peace. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They will also look back with pride at their association with the race which no one can deny they have helped to resurrect. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The UK takes pride in being the most open economy in the world. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They go back to their big houses in their big cars, they do not have to worry much about local pride or bragging rights. The Sun (2016)He was appointed OBE in 2002 and took great pride in the fact that he had rebuilt his football career. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We take great pride in our modernity and sophistication. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Where is the pride and glory in that? Times, Sunday Times (2015)This is a whole new area for civic pride. The Sun (2009)They had joined their fortunes to his out of a rash sense of honour and pride. THE SCOTTISH ENLIGHTENMENT: The Scots' Invention of the Modern World (2002)It said that we wear our national pride lightly. Times, Sunday Times (2011)She had a sense of pride and integrity. The Sun (2011)You could feel people take pride in what they were doing. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We hope to instil some pride back in this jersey. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was all about pride and courage. Positive Parent Power (1991)On his shelves one book holds pride of place. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And maybe a tiny bit of pride. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Yet people need jobs and a sense of pride as much there as anywhere else. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The garden was my pride and joy and took us years to complete. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Which is why pride was so important yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The sense of purpose and pride displayed is palpable. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He said he looked back on that phase of his life with pride. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We have three teenage daughters who are a source of great pride and frustration. Times, Sunday Times (2011)There is also one small ray of warm civic pride. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Winning should be a given against a bunch of seasoned veterans with little to play for but personal pride. Times, Sunday Times (2012)If only our pampered footballers had the same pride and desire to win when they compete on the international stage. The Sun (2014)It has also inspired a sense of personal pride, of which he could barely be more deserving. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I served with pride, glory and honour for 14 years. The Sun (2008)
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Translations for 'pride'
British English: pride /praɪd/ NOUN
Pride is a feeling of satisfaction which you have because you or people close to you have done something good or possess something good.
He felt a sense of pride after he had finished the job.
- American English: pride
- Arabic: فَخْر
- Brazilian Portuguese: orgulho
- Chinese: 骄傲
- Croatian: ponos
- Czech: pýcha
- Danish: stolthed
- Dutch: trots
- European Spanish: orgullo
- Finnish: ylpeys
- French: fierté
- German: Stolz
- Greek: περηφάνεια
- Italian: orgoglio
- Japanese: 誇り
- Korean: 긍지
- Norwegian: stolthet
- Polish: duma
- European Portuguese: orgulho
- Romanian: mândrie
- Russian: гордость
- Spanish: orgullo
- Swedish: stolthet
- Thai: ความภาคภูมิใจ
- Turkish: gurur
- Ukrainian: гордість
- Vietnamese: sự tự hào
British English: pride VERB
If you pride yourself on a quality or skill that you have, you are very proud of it.
He prides himself on being able to organise his own life.
Definition of pride from the Collins English Dictionary
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