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proud

adjective
 
 
/praʊd/
PLEASED B1 feeling very pleased about something you have done, something you own, or someone you know
gurur duymuş, onurlanmış, kıvanç duymuş, iftihar eden; gururlu
She was so proud of her son. [+ to do sth] I'm very proud to be involved in this project.Feeling pleasure and happinessTaking pleasure in something
be too proud to do sth B2 to not be able to do something, especially ask for help, because you are too embarrassed
aşırı gururlanmak; gururuna yenik düşmek; gururunu alt edememek; mahcubiyetten yapmamak
He's too proud to ask you for any money.Showing arrogance and conceitConfidence and self-assuranceBoasting
IMPORTANT feeling that you are more important than you really are
gururlu, kibirli, burnu büyük, mağrur, onurlu
Showing arrogance and conceitConfidence and self-assuranceBoasting
(Definition of proud from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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