proud


proud
adj. ğorur

English-Tatar small dictionary. 2008.

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  • proud — W3S2 [praud] adj comparative prouder superlative proudest ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(pleased)¦ 2 proudest moment/achievement/possession 3¦(too high opinion)¦ 4¦(great self respect)¦ 5 do somebody proud 6¦(impressive)¦ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ [Date: 1100 1200; …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • proud — [ praud ] adjective ** 1. ) feeling happy about your achievements, your possessions, or people you are connected with: proud of: We re so proud of her for telling the truth. proud to do something: I m proud to say that we made the right decision …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Proud — Proud, a. [Compar. {Prouder}; superl. {Proudest}.] [OE. proud, prout, prud, prut, AS. pr[=u]t; akin to Icel. pr[=u][eth]r stately, handsome, Dan. prud handsome. Cf. {Pride}.] 1. Feeling or manifesting pride, in a good or bad sense; as: (a)… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • proud — [proud] adj. [ME < OE prud < OFr < LL prode, beneficial, back form. < L prodesse, to be useful < prod , var. of pro , PRO 2 + esse, to be: for IE base see IS1] 1. having or showing a proper pride in oneself, one s position, one s… …   English World dictionary

  • proud — 1 Proud, arrogant, haughty, lordly, insolent, overbearing, supercilious, disdainful can mean in common filled with or showing a sense of one s superiority and scorn for what one regards as in some way inferior. Proud (see also proud under PRIDE… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • proud — ► ADJECTIVE 1) (often proud of) feeling pride or satisfaction in one s own or another s achievements. 2) having or showing a high opinion of oneself. 3) conscious of one s own dignity. 4) (often proud of) slightly projecting from a surface. 5)… …   English terms dictionary

  • Proud — may refer to: * Pride, the sense of one s own worth * Proud (film), a 2004 film dramatizing the story of the African American crew of USS Mason (DE 529) * Proud (Heather Small album), the debut album by Heather Small * Proud (song), a song by… …   Wikipedia

  • proud — (adj.) late O.E. prud, prute, probably from O.Fr. prud, oblique case of adjective prouz brave, valiant (11c.), from L.L. prode advantageous, profitable (c.200), from L. prodesse be useful, from pro before (see PRO (Cf. pro ) + esse …   Etymology dictionary

  • proud — [adj1] pleased, pleasing appreciative, august, content, contented, dignified, eminent, fiery, fine, glad, glorious, gorgeous, grand, gratified, gratifying, great, great hearted, honored, illustrious, imposing, impressive, magnificent, majestic,… …   New thesaurus

  • proud — I (conceited) adjective affected, aloof, arrogant, assuming, boastful, braggart, condescending, contemptuous, defiant, disdainful, egoistic, egoistical, flaunting, haughty, imperious, insolent, lordly, obstinate, orgulous, overweening,… …   Law dictionary

  • proud */*/ — UK [praʊd] / US adjective Word forms proud : adjective proud comparative prouder superlative proudest Metaphor: Being too proud, and thinking that you are better than other people, is like being high up. Being humble is like being low down. I can …   English dictionary

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