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Translation of "proud" - English-Spanish dictionary

proud

adjective   /praʊd/
B1 feeling very pleased about something you own or something you have done orgulloso She was so proud of her son. I’m very proud to be involved in this project.
be too proud (to do something)
to not be able to do something, especially ask for help, because you are too embarrassed tener demasiado orgullo (para hacer algo) He’s too proud to ask you for any money.
feeling that you are more important than you really are orgulloso, arrogante
(Definition of proud from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

proud

adjective /praud/
feeling pleasure or satisfaction at one’s achievements, possessions, connections etc orgulloso (de) He was proud of his new house She was proud of her son’s achievements He was proud to play football for the school.
having a (too) high opinion of oneself; arrogant orgulloso, soberbio, altanero She was too proud to talk to us.
wishing to be independent orgulloso She was too proud to accept help.
splendid or impressive soberbio, imponente, espléndido The assembled fleet was a proud sight.
proudly adverb
orgullosamente He was proudly showing off his new bicycle.
do (someone) proud
to give (a person) good treatment or entertainment tratar a alguien a cuerpo de rey, hacer fiestas a alguien We always do them proud when they come to dinner.
(Definition of proud from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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