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TOEFL BNC: 2878 COCA: 2801


B2 [ U ] a feeling of pleasure and satisfaction that you get because you or people connected with you have done or got something good自豪,得意

She felt a great sense of pride as she watched him accept the award.看着他接过那个奖,她感到非常自豪。
He felt such pride walking his little daughter down the street.他陪着小女儿在街上走,感到非常自豪。
take pride in sth/sb

to feel very pleased about something or someone you are closely connected with为…自豪,为…骄傲

If you don't take professional pride in your work, you're probably in the wrong job.如果你对自己的工作没有职业自豪感,那可能是入错了行。

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They felt a glow of pride as they watched their daughter collect the award.

He shows great pride in his work and has no false modesty about his success.

The opera house is a great source of civic pride.

You should take more pride in your work.

His heart swelled with pride as he stood watching his son graduate.


B2 [ U ] your feelings of your own worth and respect for yourself自尊(心)

She has too much pride to accept any help.她自尊心太强,不肯接受任何帮助。
The country's national pride has been damaged by its sporting failures.体育方面的失利使这个国家的民族自尊心受到了伤害。

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The athletics win provided a much-needed boost to national pride.

wounded pride

He was forced to swallow his pride and ask if he could have his old job back.

Losing the competition was a real blow to her pride.

When she left him on his own it really hurt his pride.


[ U ] disapproving the belief that you are better or more important than other people自负,骄傲

Pride was his downfall.骄傲是他失败的原因。

pride noun LIONS

[ C ] a group of lions狮群

TOEFL BNC: 2878 COCA: 2801


1feeling of being proud of sb/sth自豪感ADJECTIVE | VERB + PRIDE | PREPOSITION | PHRASES ADJECTIVEfierce, great強烈的自豪感justifiable有理由的自豪She took justifiable pride in her son's achievements.她為兒子的成就感到理所當然的自豪。fatherly父親般的驕傲He smiled with fatherly pride.他帶着慈父般的自豪微笑着。VERB + PRIDEfeel, have, swell with感到驕傲;自豪感油然而生They have a fierce pride in their traditions.他們對自己的傳統感到無比自豪。He swelled with pride as he held the trophy.手捧獎杯時他的自豪感油然而生。express表達自豪感PREPOSITIONwith pride自豪地I wear my policeman's uniform with pride.我自豪地穿着警服。'My daughter's a writer,' he added with pride.“我女兒是作家。”他自豪地補充說。pride in對⋯的自豪She expressed pride in her child's achievement.她表達了對孩子成績的自豪。PHRASESa cause for pride, a matter for pride引以為豪的原因/事物Their reputation for fairness is a matter for pride.他們公正的名聲值得自豪。a source of pride自豪的原因take (a) pride in sth對⋯感到自豪She takes great pride in her work.她對自己的工作感到非常自豪。


2self-respect自尊ADJECTIVE | VERB + PRIDE | PREPOSITION | PHRASES ADJECTIVEgreat強烈的自尊心family, masculine, personal, professional家庭/男性/個人/職業尊嚴His masculine pride would not let him admit that a girl had defeated him.他的男性自尊使他不會承認輸給了一個女孩子。civic, local, national, patriotic公民/地方/國家/愛國自豪感Businesses rushed to include images of patriotic pride in their marketing.各企業在營銷中紛紛將愛國自豪感的意象包括在內。ethnic, gay, racial民族的/同性戀者的/種族的自豪the politics of racial pride and Black Power種族自豪和黑人權力的政治主張dented, hurt, injured, wounded受到傷害的自尊心He was nursing his hurt pride.他正在撫慰他那受傷的自尊心。foolish, stubborn愚蠢的/固執的自尊It was foolish pride that prevented me from believing her.是愚蠢的自尊使我不相信她的。VERB + PRIDEhave有自尊心I don't want your money-I have my pride, you know!我不要你的錢,你要知道,我也有自尊!hurt, wound傷害自尊心I didn't mean to hurt your pride.我並不想傷害你的自尊心。restore, salvage挽回尊嚴;找回面子We want to restore pride in our public services.我們想重塑我們在公共服務方面的尊嚴。They managed to salvage some pride with a late goal.他們憑終場前的一粒進球挽回了一些面子。sacrifice, swallow犧牲/放下尊嚴She swallowed her pride and called him.她放下自尊給他打了電話。PREPOSITIONout of pride出於自尊She refused their help out of pride.她出於自尊拒絕了他們的幫助。through pride由於自尊It would be stupid to refuse through pride.出於自尊而拒絕是愚蠢的。PHRASESa matter of pride事關尊嚴的事It is a matter of pride for him that he has never accepted money from his family.對他來說,從未要家裏人一分一毫是一件事關尊嚴的事。a sense of pride自尊感They have a strong sense of pride in their work.他們對自己的工作有很強的自尊感。with your pride intact在不傷害尊嚴的情況下She refused his offer tactfully, allowing him to go away with his pride intact.她很得體地拒絕了他的提議,讓他能不失面子地離開。
TOEFL BNC: 2878 COCA: 2801
pride noun
pride (Pride forced him to suffer in silence.) dignity (Her pride was hurt.) pleasure (sb's pride and joy) satisfaction (national pride)


pride ♦︎ arrogance ♦︎ vanity ♦︎ egoism ♦︎ hubris ♦︎ conceitThese are all words for a feeling that you are better or more important than other people. 这些词均表示自负、傲慢。PATTERNS AND COLLOCATIONS 句型和搭配to appeal to sb's pride / vanity pride [uncountable] (disapproving) the feeling that you are better or more important than other people 自负;傲慢Male pride forced him to suffer in silence.男性的自尊迫使他默默地忍受痛苦。You're going to have to swallow your pride and ask for your job back.你必须收起自尊,去把工作要回来。OPP modesty modest see also proud proud 2 arrogance ˈærəgəns [uncountable] (disapproving) the behaviour of a person when they feel that they are more important than other people, know more than they do, and are certain that they are right, so that they are rude to them or do not consider them 傲慢;自大He has a reputation for rudeness and intellectual arrogance.他出了名地傲慢无礼,恃才傲物。OPP humility modest see also arrogant proud 2 vanity ˈvænəti [uncountable] (disapproving) a feeling of too much pride in your own appearance, abilities or achievements 自负;自大;虚荣;虚荣心She had no personal vanity (= about her appearance).她不因自己的美貌而自大虚荣。The invitation to head the committee flattered his vanity and he agreed.邀请他领导这个委员会满足了他的虚荣心,他同意了。OPP modesty modest see also vain proud 2 egoism ˈegəʊɪzəm, ˈiːgəʊɪzəm; NAmE ˈegoʊɪzəm ( egotismˈegətɪzəm, ˈiːgətɪzəm) [uncountable] (disapproving) the feeling that you are better or more important than other people, which makes you think only about yourself and talk about yourself all the time 利己主义;自高自大;自负His egoism prevented him from really loving anyone but himself.他自高自大,这使他除了他自己,不可能真正地去爱一个人。 see also ego dignity hubris ˈhjuːbrɪs [uncountable] (formal or literary, disapproving) too much pride and too much confidence that you will succeed, especially when this seems to be punished later by failure, disaster or death 傲慢,狂妄(尤指之后似受到惩罚般遭遇失败、灾难或死亡)He thought he was above the law and was ultimately punished for his hubris.他认为自己能凌驾于法律之上,最终因狂妄自大受到了惩罚。 conceit kənˈsiːt [uncountable] (rather formal, especially written, disapproving) too much pride in your abilities or achievements 自负;骄傲自大Can you believe the conceit of the man?你能相信那人竟然这么自负吗? see also conceited proud 2

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