In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(pleased, satisfied)(parent/winner) orgulloso(smile/moment) de orgulloto be proud of sb/sth — estar orgulloso de algn/algo
- to be proud to + inf
- to be proud that — estar orgulloso de que
- I'm very proud of my son — estoy muy orgulloso de mi hijo
- that's nothing to be proud of — no es como para enorgullecerse / estar orgulloso
- I hope you're proud of yourself! — ¡me imagino que estarás muy orgulloso!
- we are proud to present that great singer ... — tenemos el honor de presentarles al gran cantante ...
- I am proud to have been his friend — el hecho de haber sido amigo suyo me enorgullece / me llena de orgullo
- I would be proud to present the prizes — sería un honor para mí hacer la entrega de los premios
- we are proud that our son has been chosen — estamos / nos sentimos orgullosos de que nuestro hijo haya sido seleccionado
- to do sb/oneself proud
- his workmates did him proud at his leaving party — sus compañeros le organizaron una magnífica despedida
- they did us proud at the hotel — nos trataron a cuerpo de rey en el hotel
- your performance was brilliant: you really did yourself proud — tu actuación fue genial, la verdad es que te luciste
- We have passed 40,000 visits here and while that is nothing compared with some sites, I am proud of the quality of readership that regularly visits.
- All she wanted was a father, someone whom she could be proud of.
- Head teacher Andrew Cummings said it was a proud occasion for the school and wanted to thank everyone who had been involved for their support.
- The after-party was an enormously proud event for me that night.
- As a teacher, it was satisfying to see kids proud of their artistic creations.
- The SCLC has a proud history of militant union activity.
- We are all very proud of her achievements and delighted her efforts have been recognised in this way.
- This book pays tribute to the artists who recorded the actions of the U.S. military throughout its proud history.
- The cousins' parents were delighted and very proud of their sons achievements.
- Before Labour left office, there was a high level of customer satisfaction of 89 per cent, another achievement to be proud of.
- He was loyal to and proud of the pupils whom he taught.
- We felt proud of the high quality provision for our pupils.
- It shows me that this is a maker who is proud of the quality and attention to detail he puts into his work.
- But in the end, my wife, whom I'm extremely proud of, gave birth to a bouncing baby boy.
- Already hailed by the motoring press, the all-new Fiesta is set to continue the nameplate's proud achievements on the Irish market.
- It saddens me to see this proud contest fall into oblivion, for it was once a very important event for American school-children.
- The Australian Labor Party has a proud history of inclusiveness, embracing a broad range of social, cultural and economic issues.
- Finally, I am able to bring you a new dream this morning, on a proud occasion for this website and my other web writings.
- She talked about the National Party's proud 67-year history of commitment to families.
- She was to be proud of her heritage, proud of whom she was.
- It was a very proud occasion for all involved in the paper.
- Other proud achievements of her time in Rochdale were tackling Asian housing problems and homelessness issues.
- Another thing I'm proud of was the quality of debating.
- I'm very proud of the quality of the work, and most people have no difficulty with that.
- The Republican Party has a proud history of standing up for freedom and opportunity for all Americans.
- They have seen good governance, they have seen delivery on promises, and they have seen a leader whom we are proud of.
- He added his congratulations and said the publication of the book was a proud occasion for the whole area of Ballyroan.
- The last working dry docks in Greater Manchester are finally being shut down - marking the end of a long and proud history.
- Everyone in the plant is proud of their quality record.
- The centre was a proud achievement for all concerned and is a wonderful amenity for all age groups.
- The centre court is in a class of its own and the Championships boast such a proud history.
- Not only was I proud of my achievements, deep down I believed they made me a praiseworthy and successful human being.
- I have four wonderful boys who make me so proud to be a Dad.
- Both clubs have a proud history and tradition and Sunday's contest will throw-up more than a few interesting individual duals.
- This party has a long, proud history of opposing anti-Semitism.
- The Councillor said the launch was a proud occasion for himself and for the community of Foxford.
- We've have a proud history negotiating positive change.
- As I said during the last couple of weeks, everyone in our Association is very proud of her achievements.
- We are proud of the quality of scholarship and imagination represented in this issue.
- Not many players ever get to do that in any division and I was very proud of that achievement, very pleased with what I was doing.
1.2(having self-respect)(nation/race) digno(nation/race) altivo
1.3(arrogant, haughty)(person) orgulloso(person) arrogante(person) altaneroto be proud — ser orgulloso
- she's too proud to admit her mistake — es demasiado orgullosa para reconocer su error
- he looked at them with proud contempt — los miró con arrogante desprecio
- She seemed quite satisfied and proud of herself for some reason.
- Her own face had a delicate nose and ears; her eyes had an elegant curve to them, and her mouth was almost haughtily proud.
- Her upturned profile, proud but not snobbish, promises to cut through the stormy seas ahead.
- He was proud, arrogant, and most importantly he thought that he was God's gift to women.
- This girl was of a proud and arrogant nature and completely ignored him despite the fact that he met her as often as he could in the society circle in which they moved.
- She smiled, a bit embarrassed, a bit proud, pretending to scribble something in her notebook.
- No, this proud and haughty woman had returned to her father's palace, and was complaining there.
- He had a proud, smug, smile plastered over his dark face, eyeing Sora knowingly as if he finally got the answer he needed.
- Her demeanor was proud and haughty, and her stance bespoke power and determination.
- Previous management were either too proud or too arrogant to accept the fact that their attempts at empire building had gone seriously awry.
- She was my mother's mother, a proud, snooty woman who had never really forgiven my mom for marrying my dad.
- We never like a person who is haughty, too proud, or condescending.
- Colonel Solent was a snobbish, proud man, dressed similarly to his soldiers, but with a blue tunic and red belt.
- Aayla didn't think much of him other than he seemed like a nice guy, if a bit proud and on the stuck-up-y side.
- You're arrogant and proud and you have no sense of what's important in life.
- Bold and proud, the foursome swaggered around the stage as if they owned it.
- I was smug and proud that I wasn't your average male hack comic, but I wasn't showing who I was.
- Entering with his majestic walking stick and brightly-coloured cloth draped over his arm, Mantose appeared proud and arrogant.
- He insulted me and accused me of being proud and bigheaded.
- Elizabeth, vain and proud about her legendary beauty, was convinced she'd found the secret of youth.
- These names were old, proud and noble; fit to house my heroes in pinstriped jerseys.
- A table stood strong and proud in the middle of the room with four chairs at each end, standing like solitary guards.
- I also believe that the beaver is a truly proud and noble animal, although I am not Canadian.
- Dolly's coat is back to almost normal, her tail is bushy and splendid once more, proud and prominent and waving in the air.
- Once the proud residences of merchant princes and princelings, they have fallen sadly from grace.
2British(protruding)to be proud — ser orgulloso
- it's an inch proud of the surface — sobresale una pulgada de la superficie
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