Definition of 'proud'
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All my family are incredibly proud of me. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Is she proud that father and son are working together? Times, Sunday Times (2016)No one will be prouder than him to represent his country. Times, Sunday Times (2017)One of his proudest moments was enabling his mum to give up her cleaning work. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Here is something to be proud of. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You're very proud of your family. The Sun (2017)It was one of his proudest moments, he recalls. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I feel proud to come from a footballing family. The Sun (2016)I feel very proud of them. The Sun (2016)They are strong people, proud to serve their country - and proud human beings. The Sun (2017)Her great conquests and the gifts they brought made her proud and haughty. Sources of the West: Readings in Western Civilization, Volume 1: From the Beginning to 1715 (1995)It would be massive for me and make my family proud. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We want to make the people proud of the way we approach the game and play. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It makes me feel very proud that we keep it all down. The Sun (2012)My father is very proud of me. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is pleased and proud to do things. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We found things no one can be proud of in our business. The Sun (2011)That was the second proudest moment of her career. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We picked ourselves up and gave ourselves something to be proud of. The Sun (2008)You will find a subtle way to help a friend who is too proud to ask. The Sun (2012)The fellas who have hatched the plan are very proud and excited. The Sun (2008)Were we too proud or too arrogant to accept such a compromise? Times, Sunday Times (2011)He was always proud of the family involvement in the march. Times, Sunday Times (2013) People are proud to work for us. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And it makes me feel proud to have found it. Times, Sunday Times (2007)His father will be proud of him yet. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This kind of courtesy actually makes one rather proud to be a tourist. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Stepping up to receive my small glass trophy was a proud moment indeed. Times, Sunday Times (2010)These results should be something to be proud of. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You feel very humbled and proud to be asked to come back. Times, Sunday Times (2011) People are proud to play for their country. The Sun (2012)All these are symptoms of great intelligence and that makes me so excited and so proud to have the job. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Is your heart proud and arrogant? Christianity Today (2000)He'll be sadly missed by a loving and very proud family. The Sun (2010)I hope he would be pleased and proud of what we are doing. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'proud'
British English: proud /praʊd/ ADJECTIVE
If you feel proud, you feel pleasure and satisfaction at something that you own, have done, or are connected with.
I felt proud of his efforts.
- American English: proud
- Arabic: فَخُور
- Brazilian Portuguese: orgulhoso
- Chinese: 骄傲的
- Croatian: ponosan
- Czech: hrdý
- Danish: stolt
- Dutch: trots
- European Spanish: orgulloso
- Finnish: ylpeä
- French: fier
- German: stolz
- Greek: περήφανος
- Italian: orgoglioso
- Japanese: 誇りに思う
- Korean: 자랑스러워 하는
- Norwegian: stolt
- Polish: dumny
- European Portuguese: orgulhoso
- Romanian: mândru
- Russian: гордый
- Spanish: orgulloso
- Swedish: stolt
- Thai: ภูมิใจ
- Turkish: gururlu
- Ukrainian: гордий
- Vietnamese: tự hào
Definition of proud from the Collins English Dictionary
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