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proud in English:

1. pride pride


Losing injured their pride.
Pride goes before a fall.
My pride prevented me from borrowing money from him.
I was also impressed with the school's cleanliness and the students' pride in it.
Vanity and pride are different things, though the words are often used synonymously.
What do you have to lose by asking her out on a date? A little pride maybe?
A person may be proud without being vain. Pride relates more to our opinion of ourselves, vanity to what we would have others think of us.
Our party finally had a candidate we could put forward with pride.
When he openly declared he would marry Pablo, he almost gave his grandmother a heart attack and made his aunt's eyes burst out of their sockets; however, his little sister beamed with pride.
This is true partly because non-Westerners have begun to take pride in their own cultures and partly because those areas of the world where forks are not used have some of the highest birth rates.
Definition pride is a feeling of pleasure and satisfaction you get when you do something well
My country has surrendered a part of its identity, but it has done so with pride.
The Japanese pride themselves on Mt. Fuji, a cone-shaped mountain.
You should have come here sooner instead of putting it off out of pride for so long.
If, between pride and love, one chooses pride, can it then have been love?

English word "proud"(pride) occurs in sets:

making nouns from adjectives

2. Someone in your family wins an important prize Someone in your family wins an important prize



English word "proud"(Someone in your family wins an important prize) occurs in sets:

4B Take & 5A feelings

3. someone in your family won an important prize someone in your family won an important prize



English word "proud"(someone in your family won an important prize) occurs in sets:

FEELINGS ANG