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pride /praɪd/ noun


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pride
[noun]
Synonyms:
- satisfaction, delight, gratification, joy, pleasure
- self-respect, dignity, honour, self-esteem, self-worth
- conceit, arrogance, egotism, hubris, pretension, pretentiousness, self-importance, self-love, superciliousness, vanity
- gem, jewel, pride and joy, treasure
Antonyms: humility, shame, efface
Contrasted words: humiliation, mortification, shamefacedness, humbleness, modesty, unpretentiousness
Related Idioms: overweening pride, haughty airs, pride of the herd
Related Words: bighead, cockiness, overconfidence, self-assurance, dignity, face, pridefulness, self-confidence, self-trust, condescension, snobbishness, contempt, scorn, insolence, smugness, pretentiousness, boast, brag, crow, gasconade, vaunt, congratulate, felicitate
English Thesaurus: satisfaction, pride, contentment, fulfilmen

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. pride1 S3 W3 /praɪd/ noun
[Language: Old English; Origin: pryde, from prud 'proud']

1. FEELING OF PLEASURE [uncountable] a feeling that you are proud of something that you or someone connected with you has achieved ⇒ proud:
He wore his medals with pride.
pride in
He takes great pride in his children’s achievements.
The people have a sense of pride in their community.
His heart swelled with pride when his daughter came in.
She felt a glow of pride when her name was announced for the prize.
Success in sport is a source of national pride.

2. RESPECT [uncountable] a feeling that you like and respect yourself and that you deserve to be respected by other people ⇒ proud
sb’s pride
It hurt his pride when his wife left him.
I think that getting a job would give him his pride back.
She didn’t try to hide her anger and injured pride.
It’s a matter of pride for some men that their wives don’t have to work.

3. TOO MUCH PRIDE [uncountable] a belief that you are better than other people and do not need their help or support ⇒ proud
sb’s pride
His pride wouldn’t allow him to ask for help.
She ought to swallow her pride (=ignore or forget her feelings of pride) and call him.

4. take pride in your work/appearance etc to do something very carefully and well, in a way that gives you a lot of satisfaction:
Your should take more pride in your work.
She took great pride in her appearance.

5. sb’s pride and joy a person or thing that someone is very proud of:
His garden is his pride and joy.

6. the pride of something
a) the thing or person that the people in a particular place are most proud of:
Wigan’s rugby team was the pride of the town.
b) the best thing in a group:
a beautiful Japanese sword that is the pride of our collection

7. have/take pride of place if something has or takes pride of place, it is put in the best place for people to see because it is the thing you are most proud of:
A large photograph of the children had pride of place on the sitting room wall.

8. LIONS [countable] a group of lions:
A young lion had strayed some distance from the pride.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. pride2 verb
pride yourself on (doing) something to be especially proud of something that you do well, or of a good quality that you have:
a restaurant that prides itself on speed of service
She prides herself on being a good listener.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

pride
noun
I. feeling of being proud of sb/sth
ADJ. fierce, great
VERB + PRIDE feel, have, swell with They have a fierce pride in their traditions. He swelled with pride as he held the trophy.
express
PREP. with ~ I wear my policeman's uniform with pride. ‘My daughter's a writer,’ he added with pride.
~ in She expressed pride in her child's achievement.
PHRASES a cause/matter for pride Their reputation for fairness is a matter for pride.
a source of pride, take (a) pride in sth She takes great pride in her work.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

pride
II. self-respect
ADJ. great | civic, family, local, national, personal, professional | dented, hurt, injured, wounded He was nursing his hurt pride.
foolish, stubborn It was foolish pride that prevented me from believing her.
VERB + PRIDE have I don't want your money?I have my pride, you know!
hurt I didn't mean to hurt your pride.
restore, salvage We want to restore pride in our public services. They managed to salvage some pride with a late goal.
swallow She swallowed her pride and phoned him.
PREP. out of ~ She refused their help out of pride.
through ~ It would be stupid to refuse through pride.
PHRASES a matter of pride It is a matter of pride for him that he has never accepted money from his family.
a sense of pride They have a strong sense of pride in their work.
with your pride intact She refused his offer tactfully, allowing him to go away with his pride intact.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

pride

great pride
Caroline is pictured here holding the trophy with great pride.
immense pride (=very great)
He takes immense pride in his grandson.
national pride (=pride in your country)
A flag is a symbol of national pride.
civic pride (=pride in your town or city)
The museum is a vital source of civic pride.
take pride in something (=feel proud of something)
She takes pride in her beautiful gardens.
be bursting with pride (=feel very proud)
I could see that her mother was bursting with pride.
swell with pride (=start to feel very proud)
He would swell with pride as he discussed his department’s achievements.
glow with pride (=look very proud)
‘I knew he could do it,’ she said, glowing with pride.
a sense of pride
I still feel a sense of pride at having been a member of the regiment.
a source of pride (=a reason to feel proud)
The Chinese Olympic Games were a source of pride to the whole country.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

PRIDE
Prepare Resume Immediately, Dismissal Expected

[TahlilGaran] Acronyms and Abbreviations Dictionary


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