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Hi Anosh, PROUD is an adjective. To be proud means to feel happy or satisfied about something like an achievement or reward. E.g. If I finish first place in a race, I might feel proud of myself. However, PROUD also has a very bad meaning as well. When we describe someone as being a proud person it can mean that he thinks very highly of himself. He usually thinks he's the best and that others are wrong or that others are underneath him. Hope this helps:-)
Being proud is to be happy for her/him
Being proud (adjective) means being happy about your achievements. "He was proud of himself for doing well on the exam" It can also mean thinking too much of your own character in a negative way. Having a big ego. "He way too proud of himself"
To feel happy for you, hie Anosh, today you did great in class. I am proud of you, keep it up.
To be proud is to feel good about something. It is a word that describes your satisfaction or accomplishment.
Hello 🙋♀️ The word “Proud” is an adjective that describes the feeling that we get when we are satisfied about something we achieve or someone who we love or care about achieves/does well in/reaches a set goal/new job/graduation etc.
Hello Dear. Proud: Adjective/ Pride: Noum. It can have either a good or bad Connotation though. I´m pround of you: Generally good....Something you achieved or did successfully./ He`s puffed up with pride: Negative.....Suggests arrogance.
Hi there!) it’s a feeling of pleasure… of someone’s results, achievements usually this people are close, for example: mother proud because her son took the highest score on exam.
Hi Anosh! Proud is an Adjective... to be proud means to feel happy or satisfied on an achievement... It has a negative meaning as well, when someone feels like he is superior than all...
hello. Proud pertains to feelings. It is something you feel in yourself if you or your loved ones achieve something. when you are proud, you are happy and overwhelmed. e.g: " I graduate as summa cumlaude, I'm so proud of myself" or your son/daughter got high grades this semester " I'm so proud of you my son/daughter"