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proudly

adverb     /ˈpraʊd.li/
in a proud way 自豪地 He proudly held out his trophy for us to admire. 他自豪地拿出他的奖杯让我们观赏。 Elaine and Ian Gibson proudly announce the birth of their son, John Maurice. 伊莱恩和伊恩•吉布森自豪地宣布他们的儿子约翰•莫里斯出世了。 There were photographs of all her children proudly displayed on the mantelpiece. 壁炉台上炫耀地摆放着她所有孩子的照片。 Feeling pleasure and happinessTaking pleasure in somethingConfidence and self-assuranceShowing arrogance and conceitShowing arrogance and conceitConfidence and self-assuranceBoasting
Translations of “proudly”
in Korean 자랑스럽게…
in Arabic بِفَخر…
in Portuguese orgulhosamente…
in Catalan amb orgull…
in Japanese 誇らしげに…
in Italian orgogliosamente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 自豪地…
in Russian с гордостью…
in Turkish gururla, iftiharla…
in Polish dumnie, z dumą…
(Definition of proudly from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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