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proudlyadverb

 us   /ˈprɑʊd·li/
  • proudly adverb (WITH SATISFACTION)

with ​feelings of ​satisfaction and ​pleasure because of something that you have ​achieved, ​possess, or are a ​part of: We proudly ​announce the ​birth of ​ourson, Logan.
  • proudly adverb (WITH SELF-RESPECT)

with ​respect for yourself, ​recognizingyour own ​worth: Crowwarriorsrode proudly through the ​village.
(Definition of proudly from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







"proudly" in British English

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proudlyadverb

uk   us   /ˈpraʊd.li/
B2 in a ​proud way: He proudly ​held out his ​trophy for us to ​admire. Elaine and Dan Gibson proudly ​announce the ​birth of ​theirson, John Maurice. There were ​photographs of all her ​children proudly ​displayed on the ​mantelpiece.

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(Definition of proudly from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “proudly”
in Arabic بِفَخر…
in Korean 자랑스럽게…
in Portuguese orgulhosamente…
in Catalan amb orgull…
in Japanese 誇らしげに…
in Chinese (Simplified) 自豪地…
in Turkish gururla, iftiharla…
in Russian с гордостью…
in Chinese (Traditional) 自豪地…
in Italian orgogliosamente…
in Polish dumnie, z dumą…
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