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proud /praʊd/ adjective (comparative prouder, superlative proudest)


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proud
[adjective]
Synonyms:
- satisfied, content, glad, gratified, pleased, well-pleased
- conceited, arrogant, boastful, disdainful, haughty, imperious, lordly, overbearing, self-satisfied, snobbish, supercilious
Antonyms: humble
Contrasted words: lowly, meek, modest, unassuming, chagrined, mortified
Related Words: contemptuous, scornful, misproud, ostentatious, pretentious, bloated, important, pompous, self-important, stuffy, wiggy, conceited, narcissistic, self-conceited, stuck-up, vain, vainglorious, domineering, high-handed, imperious, masterful
English Thesaurus: proud, pleased with yourself, arrogant, vain, conceited/big-headed, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

proud S2 W3 /praʊd/ adjective (comparative prouder, superlative proudest)
[Date: 1100-1200; Language: Old French; Origin: prod, prud, prou 'good, brave', from Late Latin prode 'advantage, advantageous', from Latin prodesse 'to be advantageous']

1. PLEASED feeling pleased about something that you have done or something that you own, or about someone or something you are involved with or related to ⇒ pride Antonym : ashamed
proud of
Her parents are very proud of her.
You should be proud of yourself.
His past record is certainly something to be proud of.
be justly/rightly proud of something (=have good reasons for being proud)
The company is justly proud of its achievements.
proud to do/be something
Seven-year-old Ian is proud to have earned his red belt in karate.
proud (that)
She was proud that the magazine had agreed to publish one of her stories.
Seth was the proud owner of a new sports car.

2. proudest moment/achievement/possession the moment etc that makes you feel most proud:
His proudest moment was winning the European Cup final.

3. TOO HIGH OPINION thinking that you are more important, skilful etc than you really are – used to show disapproval ⇒ pride:
a proud man who would not admit his mistakes

4. GREAT SELF-RESPECT having respect for yourself, so that you are embarrassed to ask for help when you are in a difficult situation ⇒ pride:
Some farmers were too proud to ask for government help.

5. do somebody proud
a) informal to make people feel proud of you by doing something well:
I tried to do my country proud.
b) old-fashioned to treat someone well by providing them with good food or entertainment

6. IMPRESSIVE literary tall and impressive
—proudly adverb

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

proud
adj.
VERBS be, feel, look, seem, sound | make sb
ADV. enormously, especially, extremely, fiercely, immensely, inordinately, intensely, more than a little, particularly, really, terribly, tremendously, very She was fiercely proud of family traditions and continuity. He was more than a little proud of himself.
almost He seemed almost proud of his practical incompetence.
quite, rather | justifiably, justly, rightly | perversely Londoners have long been perversely proud of a health service that does not serve them well.
quietly He was not vain, but he was quietly proud of his literary achievements.
secretly
PREP. of We are all really proud of you!
PHRASES have every reason/right to be proud All those involved have every reason to be proud of their achievement.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

proud

very/really proud
Your family must be very proud of you.
justifiably/justly/rightly proud (=with good reason)
He is justifiably proud of what he and his father achieved.
fiercely proud
They are fiercely proud of their native land.
immensely/intensely/inordinately proud (=extremely proud)
He said he was immensely proud to have been elected Prime Minister.
She was intensely proud of being Japanese.
the proud owner (of something) (also the proud possessor of something formal)
She is now the proud owner of a four-bedroomed house.
a proud mother/father/parent
Mark is the proud father of a three-week-old baby boy.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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