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Dictionary French English: pride

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NOUN1   a pride [of lions] | prides
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NOUN2   pride | -
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VERB  to pride | prided | prided ... 
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SYNO   pride | superbia | pridefulness ... 
orgueil {m}
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pride
fierté {f}
3
pride
hauteur {f} [fig.] [arrogance]pride [arrogance]
2 Words: Others
avec fierté {adv}with pride
2 Words: Nouns
gloriole {f}misplaced pride
honneur {m} nationalnational pride
pol. orgueil {m} nationalnational pride
sentiment {m} de fierté nationalenational pride
fierté {f} non dissimuléeundisguised pride
3 Words: Verbs
avoir sa dignitéto have one's pride
avoir sa fiertéto have one's pride
s'apitoyer sur son sortto nurse one's pride
ravaler sa fiertéto pocket one's pride
s'enorgueillir de qc.to pride oneself on sth.
se flatter de qc.to pride oneself on sth.
tirer vanité de qc.to pride oneself on sth.
ravaler sa fiertéto swallow one's pride
bomber le torse [fig.]to swell with pride
être fier deto take pride in
s'enorgueillir de qc.to take pride in sth.
tirer fierté de qc.to take pride in sth.
blesser qn. dans sa vanitéto wound sb.'s pride
3 Words: Nouns
zool. troupe {f} de lionspride of lions
4 Words: Verbs
s'enorgueillir de faire qc.to pride oneself on doing sth.
se flatter de faire qc.to pride oneself on doing sth.
mettre son orgueil de côtéto put one's pride aside
s'enorgueillir de faire qc.to take pride in doing sth.
5+ Words: Others
L'orgueil précède la chute. [loc.]Pride comes before a fall. [idiom]
5+ Words: Verbs
être rempli d'orgueilto be puffed up with pride
être l'orgueil de qn.to be sb.'s pride and joy
être la (grande) fierté de qn.to be sb.'s pride and joy
se draper dans sa vertuto pride oneself on one's virtue
être soucieux de son apparenceto take pride in one's appearance
Fiction (Literature and Film)
littérat. F Orgueil et PréjugésPride and Prejudice [author: Jane Austen (1813)]
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
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